Online portal opens for foreign suppliers of e-services in Russia

30 November 2016

The Russian Federal Tax Service (FTS) has launched a new online portal which will allow foreign suppliers of e-services to VAT register and undertake their VAT reporting.

From 1 January 2017 non-resident suppliers of e-services in Russia will have the obligation to charge VAT on their supplies to consumers.  The portal also contains further guidance on how the new rules for charging VAT will be applied.

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