Mala Kapacee, director of the London Tax Society, looks at the challenge of climate change and how tax can help prevent the worst outcomes from happening.
Despite what some believe, foreign suppliers of electronic services in South Africa must register for VAT even if they use a local intermediary, say Jana Krause and Jarryd Hartley of Baker McKenzie.
The EU tax blacklist now includes three more countries, while Canada’s corporate tax gap has widened and Shell’s CEO has warned of a potential tax on energy firms.
Tax leaders are concerned that the EU digitalisation drive could mean more audits as tax authorities collect ever greater amounts of data from businesses.
Sponsored by PwC BelgiumAs the adoption of the CBAM moves ever closer, Giovanni Gijsels, Alexis De Méyère, and Melodie Geurts of PwC Belgium consider the impact of the mechanism on importers and how they should prepare.
Sponsored by GNV ConsultingEndy Arya Yoga and Egar Adipratama of GNV Consulting summarise significant Indonesian changes regarding export prices, the luxury goods reporting system for government business partners, and the objection process for customs and excise disputes.
Sponsored by Spanish VAT ServicesA new law that aims to help in the creation and development of companies changes the rules regarding electronic invoicing, but Fernando Matesanz of Spanish VAT Services says that clarification is needed.
The European Parliament raises concerns over unanimity in voting on pillar two, while protests break out over tax reform in Colombia.
Gig economy companies in New Zealand will need to fully account and become liable for the goods and services tax of underlying suppliers on their platforms, under new proposals.
US technology company Cisco Systems hopes shareholders will reject a proposal to make its CbCR public, while the UK approves an extradition case connected to the ‘cum-ex’ scandal.
Digital services companies are increasingly selective about the countries where they register for VAT, basing their choices on revenues and risks of penalties.
This week the European Commission is facing opposition over its windfall tax proposal, while Tesla is considering moving production to the US over tax breaks.
Technology and automation tools are the best way tax departments can improve efficiency and reduce compliance risks, say experts.
Multinational companies need to implement robust transfer pricing policies that align with indirect tax functions to avoid costly errors.
The European Commission moves to apply a windfall levy on EU electricity firms, while Germany presses ahead with legislation to enforce unilaterally the global minimum tax deal.
MNEs need digital solutions that can handle cross-border compliance and the demands of the supply chain. Christiaan Van Der Valk, vice president for strategy and regulatory at Sovos, discusses how to approach this.
Prashant Ganti, head of products in tax, accounting and payroll at Zoho Corporation, explains the long-term benefits of cloud accounting software and what MTD developments businesses should be preparing to face.
Christiaan Van Der Valk, vice president for strategy and regulatory at Sovos, explains how UK businesses can prepare for more digitised VAT collections as more countries adopt continuous transaction controls (CTCs) to plug VAT gaps.
Erik Stessens, senior VP of tax for Europe and APMEA at Mastercard, explains how analysing EU judgments can help to clarify questions over European VAT liabilities when grouping together goods and services.
There are five elements that taxpayers should start doing now in preparation for Oman’s VAT regime. Sweta Sancheti, former tax manager at Majid Al Futtaim, explains how to get ready for the tax.
The winners of the ITR Americas Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!
The winners of the ITR EMEA Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!
The winners of the ITR APAC Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!
ITR is delighted to reveal all the shortlisted firms, teams, and practitioners for the 2022 Americas Tax Awards – winners to be announced on September 22