In October 2017 has the European Commission launched its proposal for one of the largest VAT reform in a quarter of a century. The VAT proposal of the European Commission should improve and modernise the system for governments and businesses and will mainly affect the companies working on a cross-border level.
The main goal of the EU VAT proposal is to tackle cross-border VAT-fraud.
In addition to the major change for intracommunity supplies of goods, the EU commission will introduce the notion of a Certified Taxable Person and implement some quick fixes in order to improve the current VAT system.
- Implementation of the final system for IC supplies of goods
- Overview of the proposed Quick Fixes by the European Commission:
- Supply chain transactions
- Use of VAT number in cross-border transactions
- Consignment stocks
- Idea of ‘Certified Taxpayer’
- Birgit Juergensmann, Partner, Mazars Germany, Leader VAT Service Line
- Gilles Tack, Manager, Mazars Belgium, Certified Accountant, Tax Consultant
- Petr Drahos, Mazars Czech Republic, Manager Certified Tax Advisor
- Thomas Pelzer, Mazars Germany, Manager, Lawyer, Certified Tax Lawyer
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