Archive for 2014

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    Lithuania

    Lithuania will introduce the euro on 1 January 2015.

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    Norway

    The annual VAT registration threshold when companies must register for Norwegian VAT is to increase from Kroner 50,000 to...

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    Germany

    The European Commission is to refer Germany to the European Court of Justice considering that Germany’s national legislation in...

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    Denmark

    From 1 January 2015, companies will be able to recover 100% of the input VAT incurred on hotel accommodation....

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    A standard EU VAT return

    The European Commission recently presented their draft Directive for a standard EU VAT return in October 2013, their goal...

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    Portugal

    As of 1 January 2015, the standard VAT rate will increase to 23.25%.

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    Slovakia

    The 2011 temporary VAT increase of 20% will remain indefinitely.

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    Cash Back integrates with Concur for effortless VAT Reclaim

    Cash Back, (the Smart Way to Reclaim Foreign VAT on Travel Expenses), today announced the integration of its Travel...

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    The Netherlands

    Since 1 January 2014 the late submission of a VAT return or the late payment of VAT is classified...

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    Ireland

    The reduced VAT rate of 9% has been extended indefinitely and applies on certain supplies such as food and...

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