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  • Malaysia Revises GST Standard Rate

    As a part of the tax restructuring plan of the Malaysian Prime Minister, P.U. (A) 118 has been published today, which changes the GST standard rate in Malaysia from 6% to 0%.

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  • Malaysian Prime Minister Announces Desire to Abolish GST

    Over the May 12, 2018 weekend, the Malaysian Prime Minister announced his intent to follow-through with his plan to abolish the current Goods and Service Tax in Malaysia.

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  • Georgia to Tax Internet Sales

    Beginning January 1, 2019, the State of Georgia will require online retailers who meet certain economic thresholds to collect and remit sales tax to the Georgia Department of Revenue.

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  • Oklahoma to Initiate Sales Tax Changes for Internet Sellers and Marketplaces

    Oklahoma recently passed a law intended to capture sales and use tax for purchases over the internet.

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  • Alabama Makes Changes Related to Remote Entity Nexus and the Simplified Sellers Use Tax

    An eligible seller participating in the Simplified Sellers Use Tax Remittance Program that acquires an in-state business, may elect to continue participation in the program.

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  • Idaho to Begin Taxing Internet Sales July 1, 2018

    The Governor of Idaho has recently signed HB 578, a bill expanding which remote retailers will be required to collect, remit and report sales tax to the state beginning July 1, 2018.

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  • Guam Introduces Sales Tax

    Governor of Guam signs bill to establish sales tax. This sales tax, an island first, will be imposed upon all sales of tangible personal property and many services effective October 1, 2018.

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  • Puerto Rico Considers Tax Reform

    The Governor of Puerto Rico recently announced a proposal that would overhaul multiple components of the island’s tax system, including sales tax for prepared foods, business-to-business services, etc

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  • UK Publishes the Value Added Tax Regulations 2018

    UK VAT-registered businesses will be found non-compliant with VAT reporting obligations after April 1, 2019, if their electronic VAT records are not maintained on functionally compatible software...

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  • UK Parliament Debates Major Post-Brexit Bill For Cross-Border Supplies of Goods

    The UK Parliament is currently debating a bill that could greatly impact how businesses in the UK handle cross-border supplies of goods post-Brexit.

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  • Panama Tax Administration Releases eInvoicing Resolution

    The Panama Tax Administration (DGI) has issued a massive regulation detailing the requirements surrounding a new eInvoicing mandate to be imposed on select taxpayers pursuant to a six-month pilot.

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  • European Commission Backs Italy's E-Invoicing Mandate

    On February 5, 2018, the European Commission backed Italy's e-invoicing mandate by recommending the EU Council approve Italy's derogation request from the EU VAT Directive.

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  • Massachusetts Governor Eyeing Real-Time Sales Tax Collection

    Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker included in the 2019 budget a proposal for real-time sales tax remittance from credit card companies and other third-party payment processors.

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  • Italy Set to Implement Electronic Invoicing in 2018 and 2019

    As of July 1, 2018, electronic invoicing will be mandatory in Italy for B2B supplies of gasoline, or diesel fuel intended for use as motor fuel... See more:

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