Webinar 3 December 2020

Next webinar: 3 December 2020

Time: 11:00 am CET – 12:00 pm CET

Topic:  Practical problems and challenges of the E-Commerce package as of July 1st 2021

The VAT treatment of e-commerce transactions will suffer an enormous change as of July 1st 2021. As of this date, the current distance sales scheme will no longer be applicable.

Instead, the current One-stop-shop available for electronically supplied services will be extended to Intra EC distance sales of goods. Additionally, a new regime for goods imported from third countries will be applicable.

One of the most controversial measures is the liability to collect and pay the VAT of digital platforms facilitating these sales.

Even if the new measures will be a simplification and a relief in most of the cases, there are still some practical issues and challenges that e-commerce operators will suffer as of July 1st 2021.

The above topics will be discussed during the IVA webinar.

Speakers: Emmanuel Cotessat (Cotessat Sté d'Avocats, France) and Fernando Matesanz (Spanish VAT Services Asesores, Spain)

 

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