Canada - Quebec announces remote sales tax plan

30 November 2017

Quebec’s Minister of Finance has recently announced a ‘tax fairness action plan’ which if implemented will require non-resident suppliers of goods and services (including electronic services) in the Canadian province, to register and account for Quebec Sales Tax (QST) on their transactions.

Quebec will now discuss this new plan with the Canadian federal government in order to seek approval for applying this treatment and about how it will implement this going forward.

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