We are inviting you to listen to a PwC tax podcast, with PwC consultants discussing relevant tax and business topics – accounting control systems, the State Revenue Service’s intention to launch penalties for late filings, and why it’s important to identify a transfer of business. The discussion features PwC’s tax experts Viktorija Lavrova and Sanita Ansone, as well as PwC Legal’s attorney-at-law Maija Kestere-Lagzdina.
Council Directive 2020/284 of 18 February 2020 amending Directive 2006/112/EC as regards introducing certain requirements for payment service providers (the “Directive”) states that these providers (credit institutions, payment institutions, electronic money institutions, and post office giro payment institutions) operating in the EU will have to keep electronic records of cross-border payment data and exchange those records with a newly formed Central Electronic System of Payment information (CESOP) database as from 1 January 2024.
The European Commission has published proposals for a directive on rules to prevent shell companies from being used for tax evasion and to amend Directive 2011/16/EU on administrative cooperation. ATAD3 is the short title of the proposed directive. It mandates minimum business indicators for companies established in member states and rules on the tax regime for companies falling short of those indicators. The proposed directive would apply to all companies that are considered tax residents, including partnerships, trusts, and other legal arrangements. If adopted, the directive will come into force on 1 January 2024.
On 24 February 2022 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled on a dispute over the VAT treatment of costs the customer had recharged to the supplier of goods under the contract during the warranty period. This article explores what the CJEU found and how those findings can be put into practice.
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