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E-commerce is still growing at an unprecedented pace and continuously evolving. Countries all over the world are introducing changes in their tax systems to be able to include the taxation of the digital world. In this respect, indirect taxes are a key focus and changes can be expected to continue. If this is not challenging enough in itself, it becomes more and more apparent that the regulations introduced in different countries are far from consistent. Even within the EU, e-commerce businesses encounter different rules in different member states.
Our E-commerce indirect taxes team can help you navigate the complexities and changes in this area from first assessment to technical implementation. Please contact us, and find out how we can help you.
The changing rules are relevant for a broad scope of businesses involved in (international) e-commerce. From web shops selling goods cross border and providers offering online or local services in different countries to online platforms bringing business and clients together and all logistic parties involved in these supply chains.