A recent decision in France has concluded a government tax on energy drinks contravenes the country’s constitution.
Under France’s tax laws a tax was imposed on energy drinks with at least 220 mg of caffeine per 1,000 ml. 185 more words
The recent revelations of a transcript of a private conversation of Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda by the Post Newspaper should be condemned by all those that mean well and should not distract the public from the Post’s indebtedness and their schemes to usurp power from the state. 1,136 more words
The one-stop VAT service starts from 1 January 2015 for businesses supplying what are collectively known as ‘digital services’ in the EU. The effect of the measures are that a business will not have to account and pay VAT separately in each country where they do business which would otherwise be the case following a change in the place of supply rule. 270 more words
Business is booming in the digital services sector, with films, games and apps being offered to download across the world. However, if your business provides such digital services to consumers (as opposed to businesses) in the EU, you will face new rules coming into effect from 1st January 2015. 217 more words
There are situations where one company is VAT registered and other related companies are either partially exempt or not registered for VAT, so in these circumstances not charging VAT is an advantage. 237 more words
In order to fight against tax fraud there is a change of the tax liability for number of metal products as from 1 of October. Reverse charge is applicable for the products in the list below. 61 more words