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Registering for Pan-European FBA: The VAT Implications You Need to Be Aware Of

In our previous article on Pan-European FBA titled Pan-European FBA: How this Amazon service can help your business skyrocket to success, we demonstrated the advantages of using this service, and how Pan-European FBA can help to cut your fulfilment fees, simplify the distribution process and help you to attract more customers. 697 more words


Accountant in Narren Warren

Accounting Direct offers you professional office and accounting services in accordance with the statutory provisions in Australia. We help you on your way to independence. Within business start-up consulting, we clarify topics such as investments, business plan, company form, subsidies, market and competition, tax and much more. 88 more words

Guernsey Online Shopping List

Over the years I have ordered from numerous online sites, but do forget which ones do and do not deliver to Guernsey. Therefore, I have started compiling a list: 171 more words

VAT: Senate Expresses Concerns, Summons Finance Minister, FIRS Boss

The Senate Committee on Finance has summoned the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs. Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed to appear before it to explain the rationale for the proposed hike in the Value Added Tax, VAT by the Federal Government from the present 5% to 7.2%. 132 more words


PDP Rejects Buhari’s Decision To Increase VAT

…Urges NASS To Protect Nigerians.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) condemns and totally rejects the decision by President Muhammadu Buhari and his officials to increase the Value Added Tax (VAT) from 5% to excruciating 7.2%, saying Nigerians cannot bear such burden under the prevailing agonizing economic situation. 334 more words


Buhari Approves Increase of VAT In Nigeria

The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved an increase in the Value Added Tax (VAT) payable in Nigeria. The Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed, announced the approval while briefing journalists after the FEC meeting presided by President Muhammadu Buhari. 29 more words