Our international VAT & indirect tax group invites you to join their quarterly webinar series focusing on the latest indirect tax developments.
Last year was marked by a pandemic that completely changed the way we work and do business.
2021 will also bring new measures, many of them already announced. One of the most important changes will affect VAT rules for online cross-border sales of goods and services and is set to enter into force on 1 July 2021.
All these changes will impact cross-border online trade, so it is important that you and your organisation are ready for them.
New VAT e-commerce rules webinar - 28 April 2021, 10:30 AM CET
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The e-commerce sector has been rapidly growing in the last few years, changing entirely the way business is transacted. The coronavirus crisis accelerated this expansion, and e-commerce became a big part of our lives. This rapid growth comes with new rules and regulations, among them being the new VAT rules for online cross-border sales of goods and services. Set to come into effect on 1 July 2021, these new rules have the purpose of strengthening the European internal market and ensure fair competition with non-European traders.
- The present VAT rules for online cross-border sales of goods and services, Bert Laman, Partner at Mazars Netherlands
- New VAT rules for online cross-border sales of goods and services, Johan Östholm, Senior Manager at Mazars Sweden and Michelle Stok, Tax Advisor at Mazars Netherlands
- Practical issues like registration for (i)OSS, filing VAT returns, de-registration, Stephanie Stahl, Tax Manager at Mazars Germany
Transfer pricing regulations related to DEMPE | 15 July, 14.00 CET ~ 07.00 PM GMT+7
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With the rise of new technologies, more and more subsidiaries are involved in the value creation of intangible assets. Before the introduction of the DEMPE (Development, Enhancement, Maintenance, Protection and Exploitation) functions, the profit from intangible assets was attributed to the entity that owned the property rights. With the Pillar One OECD blueprint, the profits linked to the exploitation of an intellectual property right are no longer reserved for the owner. They are shared among the subsidiaries that perform the DEMPE functions.
Mazars’ Transfer Pricing experts will provide you with an overview of the regional/local applicable regulations and their practical recommendations on the subject.
- OECD updates, Frédéric Barat, Transfer Pricing Partner, Mazars
- (North America) USA & Canada insights: Erin Alexander, Director, Mazars in USA
- (LATAM) Chile insights: Sophia Orbegozo, Transfer Pricing Director, Mazars in Chile
- (Europe) France, Germany & UK: Frédéric Barat, Gertrud Bergmann, Transfer pricing partner at Mazars Germany, and Ben Semper, Tax Director at Mazars in UK
- (Africa) Morocco: Asma Charki, Tax Partner at Mazars Morocco
- (APAC) China & Hong Kong: Anthony Tam, Tax Partner at Mazars Hong Kong
Cross-border registration for VAT. Why, when and how? - 22 July 2021, 10:30 AM CET ~ 03.30 PM GMT+7
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Following the introduction of the new VAT rules for online cross-border sales of goods and services, our tax experts will analyse the impact these new regulations have on your business.
Among the topics discussed will be mandatory registration (including penalties for late registration) and voluntary registration, registration in the UK (after Brexit), as well as other legal reasons that lead to VAT registration.
These new rules have the purpose of strengthening the European internal market and ensure fair competition with non-European traders.
- Mandatory registration (including penalties for late registration) and voluntary registration
- Other (legal) reasons that lead to a VAT registration
- Registration in the UK (after Brexit)