Webinars 11 of September 2018

IVA Webinar - September 11th 2018

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

Topic: NEW VAT RULES FOR DISTANCE SALES OF GOODS IN 2021

Directive 2017/2455/EU, adopted on December 5th   2017, introduces a totally new mechanism to declare and pay VAT on distance sales of goods into and within the EU.

A new One Stop Shop system as well as an “import scheme” will be made available for companies selling goods online to simplify compliance.

It is also foreseen that digital platforms facilitating distance sales of goods will be made liable for the VAT amounts not paid by distance sellers of goods within the EU domiciled in third countries and for supplies of goods imported into the EU. Digital platforms facilitating supplies of goods or services will also face increased reporting obligations

These and other topics will be discussed during the webinar – and as always you will have time for questions to our speakers.

The webinar will be conducted by Fernando Matesanz (Spanish VAT Services Asesores, Spain) fmc@spanishvat.es and Alexandre Savary (TEVEA International, France) alexandre.savary@tevea.fr

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