Latest Australia draft to introduce GST on digital services

27 November 2015

Australia’s latest draft for the implementation of 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST) on digital services sold to consumers by foreign providers included an AUD 75,000 GST registration threshold.  This is an effort to avoid the heavy compliance burden and confusion imposed on companies when the EU introduced similar electronic services rules at the start of this year.

LATEST NEWS

Separate EORI number for Northern Ireland required

HMRC have recently confirmed that businesses who import and export goods from Northern Ireland (NI) will need a special Economic Operator Identification Number...

SEE MORE
LATEST NEWS

Fiscal representation not required in France for UK...

The French tax authorities have confirmed that UK businesses will not have a requirement to engage a fiscal representative when the Brexit transition period...

SEE MORE
LATEST NEWS

UK Intrastat still required after Brexit

The UK tax authorities have confirmed that English, Welsh and Scottish businesses importing goods into the UK from the EU will still be required to prepare and...

SEE MORE

Gated Content

The following email providers are not accepted: gmail, hotmail, yahoo. Please use proper company email.