The French cabinet has cleared the way for Europe’s first active digital services tax (DST). Experts say the proposals are still not detailed enough for the affected companies to prepare to pay the tax, despite its retroactivity and the quick turnaround before the first payment is due.
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Alexander reports on indirect tax matters, BEPS, and related tax disputes. He is ITR’s main reporter on efforts to tax the digital economy, including digital services taxes and attempts at a multilateral reform of corporation tax.