The European Commission published its VAT Action Plan and sets out urgent actions to tackle the VAT fraude as well as to update the current VAT system to the requirements of the digital economy, more specific the cross border e-commerce branche. At this moment most companies involved in cross border e-commerce (distance sales) are facing multiple barriers like high VAT-compliance costs, difficult VAT declarations & registration procedures, problems in dealing with the foreign tax authorities and practical difficulties in displaying the correct online prices and VAT rates.

How to avoid unexpected VAT payments or double taxation? Look at the most important practical areas of concern in this video.

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