Stay up to date with the latest tax and compliance updates that may impact your business.
Earlier this month Sovos announced its second acquisition of 2020, completing our solution for Brazil with an unparalleled offering that solves tax compliance in the place where it is most challenging to do so. Too many companies doing business in Brazil have been burdened by managing multiple point solutions for continuous transaction controls (CTCs), tax […]
The wine market is in greater flux than ever as producers, retailers and consumers navigate the impacts of a global pandemic. Keeping a pulse on marketplace data has never been so important given these shifting dynamics. Nielsen is collaborating with Wines Vines Analytics and Sovos ShipCompliant to provide a much more comprehensive view of the […]
HMRC, the UK’s tax authority, is asking for responses to its Insurance Premium Tax: Administration and Unfair Outcomes Consultation, by 5 February 2021. The first consultation and call for evidence for Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) was back in 2019 and questions focused on the modernisation of IPT and efficiency improvements for businesses and HMRC. It […]
As a result of Brexit, COVID-19, and the Finance Act 2020, the VAT regime in Ireland has and will continue to undergo numerous changes. Highlights of these changes are outlined below. Postponed Accounting and Reporting Changes Beginning in January all taxpayers have the ability to apply postponed VAT accounting to their imports from outside the […]
Join Selin Adler Ring, Regulatory Counsel at Sovos, as she discusses how the Turkey E-delivery note and its impact on your multinational organization. Listen to her discuss the following questions: What is the new e-delivery note system in Turkey? Can e-invoices be used to replace e-delivery notes as paper invoices can still replace paper […]
From 21 January 2021, the e-invoicing pilot program in China will be expanded In December, China’s State Taxation Administration (STA) announced the expansion of the pilot program that enables certain taxpayers operating in China to voluntarily issue VAT special electronic invoices. These e-invoices can be used to claim input VAT so are generally used for […]