Webinars 6 of June 2018

IVA Webinar - June 6th 2018

Time: 11:00 -12:00 (CET)

Topic: New VAT Rules in 2019: New Place of Supply rules for e-services and VAT action plan rules for 2019

Directive 2017/2455 as well as Implementing Regulation 2017/2459 have been recently approved introducing simplified place of supply rules for electronically supplied services. These measures will be a relief for small companies supplying International B2C services.

Following the proposal from the European Commission for harmonising and simplifying the common VAT system, certain rules will come into force in January 2019. These rules refer to simplifications for consignment stock arrangements, chain transactions as well as the recognition of the status of Certified Taxable Person.

The webinar will be conducted by Raymond Feen (The VAT Consultancy Firm, The Netherlands) and by Fernando Matesanz (Spanish VAT Services Asesores, Spain)

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