Topic of the conference: VAT With(out) Borders
Our forthcoming Spring conference will be the occasion to stand back and take an overview of the VAT regime in the EU and its boundaries. The EU Commission’s working program from July setting out a clear set of actions on a number of VAT priorities aims to make the EU VAT system more widely harmonized, while Brexit clearly reintroduces borders to the VAT “table”.
The VAT authorities of several countries will present their updates on cross-border issues and e-invoicing in its multiple EU versions with a focus on technology which is becoming a real ally to VAT advisers, consultants and administrations. Customs and excise duties will not be forgotten, as their interaction with VAT in the EU will become deeper..
Through the interactive breakout sessions we will address a number of very practical issues, such as the “quick fixes” in order to clarify if borders were demolished or if different practices still challenge businesses; E-commerce reform which in itself will erase a “few boundaries” through the single EU VAT registration and the further extension of the One Stop Shop (“OSS”). The TOMS within the EU, is in need of reform, and will be further discussed – as well as the Commission’s other initiatives..
As you can see, there will be plenty of very interesting topics to be discussed, so, save the date right now for our next, once again 100% digital IVA and highly interactive conference.