Inside Indirect Tax

A monthly publication featuring global indirect tax updates from around the world.

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KPMG knows how important it is to stay current on global indirect tax developments, especially in countries where you currently do business or are looking to expand. That's why we developed Inside Indirect Tax: Global Updates from a U.S. Perspective.

Focusing on major indirect tax developments beyond U.S. borders, Inside Indirect Tax is designed for U.S.-headquartered tax professionals whose companies do business outside the United States.

Download and read the September 2022 issue here

  • Global rate changes in Azerbaijan, Barbados, Bulgaria, China, Costa Rica, Germany, Lithuania, Paraguay, Poland, Uruguay, Uzbekistan
  • KPMG Publications:    
  • KPMG TaxNewsFlash newsletter on COVID-19 measures
  • Developments summary of the taxation of the digitalized economy
  • Global e-invoicing and digital reporting tracker
  • Overview of indirect tax developments from KPMG International member firms:
  • Australia: Guidance regarding the connected entities stamp duty relief
  • Australia: Draft update on the GST treatment of financial transactions
  • Australia: Recent court decision on jurisdiction to hear disputes regarding notional GST paid by government entities
  • Australia: Consultation guide on framework for taxing crypto assets
  • Bahrain: Overview of recent audits conducted by the Bahraini tax authority
  • Bahrain: Infographics on the correct way to display the VAT registration certificate and the issuance of compliant simplified tax invoices
  • Indoneisa: Guidance regarding the tax treatment of the coal mining sector
  • KPMG International: Implications of the EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM)
  • Luxembourg: Penalties for noncompliance with the real estate levy
  • Malaysia: Requirement for nonresident to register for sales tax when performing cross-border sales of low-value goods
  • Malaysia: Recent indirect tax developments
  • Mexico: Temporary waiver of penalties for noncompliance with e-invoicing requirements
  • Philippines: Guidelines regarding the special discount and VAT exemption applicable to certain online purchases made by senior citizens and persons with disabilities
  • Poland: Recent indirect tax developments
  • South Africa: Tax authority issuance of notices to nonresident digital services providers to register for VAT
  • South Korea: Tax reform proposals for 2022
  • Vietnam: Guidance on VAT measures relating to real estate transfers, power plants, and investment projects

 

Indirect tax developments and news from around the world

  • The Americas:
    • United States: Minnesota Department of Revenue issues guidance on taxability of NFTs
    • Colombia: Tax reform proposal
  • Europe, Middle East,and Africa:
    • Denmark: Overview of recent indirect tax developments
    • Norway: Overview of recent indirect tax developments
    • Tanzania: New VAT and DST regulations for nonresident digital services providers
  • Asia Pacific
  • Singapore: Overview of recent indirect tax developments
  • Uzbekistan: Overview of recent indirect tax developments
  • Trade & Customs
    • United Arab Emirates: New service for voluntary disclosure of errors on customs declarations
  • Additional developments covered in brief - Algeria, Andorra, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, European Union, France, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Jersey, Jordan, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nepal, New Zealand, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe 

 

Inside Indirect Tax - September 2022
Global indirect tax changes and trends

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