The authorities and the IVA working for you

 

One of the core objectives of the IVA is :

  • “To make representations to governmental authorities, paying agencies or the Commission or other appropriate person or body, on the operation of VAT Law and practice”
  • “To handle issues with VAT Authorities which are of interest/concern of the wider membership”
  • “To represent all the membership and not one section of the membership

Extract from IVA Articles of association.

The IVA has been nominated as business member of the EU VAT Forum for the period 2015-2018, represented by Mr. Emmanuel Cotessat and Mr. Mike Molony. A Scientific Committee was formed in March 2015 in order to support the work of the IVA in the EU VAT Forum 2015 – 2018. The group would meet 'virtually'. Emmanuel Cotessat and Mike Molony would coordinate this group so that at the Forum meetings they represents the views of all of the Association’s members.

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Key benefits for the Members of IVA

  • One remains anonymous while having one’s important issues deal with the authorities
  • There are clear cost benfits of using the IVA
  • Shared Knowledge of the wider IVA membership
  • Group Feedback – not alone
  • Speedier results
  • Far higher chance of achieving your goals 

For complete transparency the IVA is registered and maintains its registration as a registered organisation with the European Commission from 2010.

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Disclaimer:  The information contained in the present page is general and does not constitute legal advice. Before taking any decision or action on the above information you should take the appropriate professional advice.