HLB International Tax Webinar Eps 2: Wayfair
What does South Dakota v. Wayfair 5-4 decision mean for internet and mail order retailers, consumers and US state tax regulators? HLB’s International Tax Webinar Eps 2 will delve into...
Tax arrangements between the Netherlands and Curaçao
The grandfathering period for dividend withholding tax under the old tax arrangement between the Netherlands and Curaçao terminates 31 December 2019.
HLB International Tax Webinar Eps 1: An update on GILTI and FDII
Episode 1 of HLB’s International Tax Webinars covers updates on the Global Intangible Low Tax Income (GILTI) and the Foreign Derived Intangible Income (FDII).
Newly proposed tax measures to improve the Dutch investment climate
Dutch government announces alternative tax measures aimed at improving the investment climate as a result of maintaining the dividend withholding tax.
Combating VAT fraud in e-commerce in Germany
Germany is combating VAT fraud. E-commerce businesses and online retailers need to take notice.
ECJ rejects German anti-treaty/directive-shopping rule
In its landmark decision dated 14 June 2018 in Case GS, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) concluded that the German anti-treaty/directive-shopping rule is not in line with the European...
EU triangulation rules ECJ makes life easier for cross border business
European Court of Justice makes life easier for cross border business. Find out what unnecessary EU VAT registrations to check for.
New development in interests on unpaid taxes and tax refunds
In a summary judgement the German Federal Tax Court has decided that the interest rate on unpaid taxes of 6% per year is most likely not in line with the...
Making Tax Digital for VAT: What you need to know ahead of April 2019
HM Revenue and Customs is Making Tax Digital for VAT. This impacts both UK and overseas business making taxable supplies in the UK. Find out what you need to know.
Dutch Small Enterprises arrangement will change to exemption
Attention entrepreneurs in the Netherlands: Dutch Small Enterprises arrangement will change to exemption per 1 January 2020
UK Fulfilment businesses : Register with HMRC by 30 June to avoid penalties
UK Fulfilment businesses: Register with HMRC by 30 June to avoid penalties