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VAT ALERT – German sales tax will be reduced to 16% from 1st July 2020

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Date09 Jun 2020
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There will be a temporary reduction in the VAT rate to 16% and 5% from 1st July 2020. What should I now consider if trading online? On the 3rd June 2020, the coalition of CDU and SPD after two days of discussions approved an economic stimulus package for Germany. This is intended to provide renewed...
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VAT ALERT – ONLINE SELLERS – One-Stop-Shop (OSS) for Distance Sales has been postponed until July 2021

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Date03 Jun 2020
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The implementation date for the VAT e-Commerce package has been postponed from 1st January to 1st July 2021. It was recently announced by the European Commission (EC) that the implementation date for the OSS scheme for distance sellers will be postponed until 1st July 2021. The expected introduction date for this scheme was to be...
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A message on the possible impact of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) from amavat®

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Date20 Mar 2020
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Dear Clients, Given the unprecedented situation regarding COVID-19 and the global pandemic recently announced by the World Health Organisation (WHO), amavat® wanted to take a moment to say a few words. Due to this threat, which is continuing to grow, please be assured that the health and well-being of our colleagues, clients, networks and their...
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amavat® Service Information | Distance Selling Regulations

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Date20 Sep 2019
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Distance Selling Regulations: Explanation, the Requirements and the Exemptions 2019 Distance Selling – What Is It? It means sales that are purchased not face-to-face, but typically traded online via online mail order services. As you might know, ‘VAT Registrations’ are essential either when you set-up a business, or even store your goods in a European...
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amavat | VAT Focus

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Date19 Jul 2019
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New European Union Dispute Resolution Rules Now In Force From the 1st July the European Union’s new directive on tax dispute resolution mechanisms entered into force. These new rules aim to ensure quicker and more effective resolution on tax disputes between EU Member States and will try and offer greater certainty to businesses and individuals...
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