The UK officially left the EU on January 31, 2020 and from January 1, 2021, it will cease to apply European standards. i.e. mid-November is considered the limit beyond which a possible trade agreement could not enter into force at the end of the transition period.
Covid19 & EU countries that have taken steps to support EU businesses with regards to their VAT obligations.
The official exchange rates for October 2020 have been published in the Official Journal of the French Republic. These rates are those which must be used in particular to fill in the tax declarations (VAT, DEB / DES, Intrastat, etc.).
A new system to fight against tax and social fraud for e-merchants, with online platforms responsibility.
While Covid-19 continues to have a huge impact for EU businesses, the governments of the Member States has introduced numerous initiatives in order to support suffering economics, including temporary reduction of VAT rates. Some countries has reduced the VAT rate
The European Union Council confirms the postponement of the introduction of e-commerce VAT reform…
Brexit : Since 31 January 2020, United Kingdom is no longer Member of the European Union. Transition period is still on 31 decembre 2020.
The reduced VAT rate for Germany for the recovery after COVID-19
Due to the COVD-19 pandemic, the deadline of VAT refund requests are postponed in France
The unexpected glory of Intrastat compliance Some news in relations to intracommunity operations: « quick fixes » are going live as of January 1st 2020 within the framework of the European VAT system consolidation. Those Quick Fixes have the following objectives: