TaxNewsFlash-Indirect Tax — KPMG's reports of developments about indirect tax including VAT, GST, excise taxes, sales and use taxes, and others
KPMG’s developments summary provides—in table format—information on direct and indirect taxes related to the digital economy.
Read KPMG’s Taxation of the digitalized economy – Developments summary [PDF 2 MB] (last updated 22 February 2021)
26 Feb - China: VAT essentials guide for 2021
12 Feb - Belgium: Tax on securities accounts
30 Oct - Belgium: VAT regime for vouchers
28 Oct - Oman: English translation of VAT law
21 Oct - Malta: VAT measures in budget 2021
14 Oct - UAE: Clarifications of VAT rules
10 Sep - EU: Report of VAT gap for 2018
25 Aug - Singapore: GST legislative proposal
29 Jul - Nigeria: Stamp tax (duty) on leases
23 Jul - Oman: Update on VAT
23 Jul - Slovakia: VAT law changes proposed
6 Jul - Oman: VAT expected in early 2021
22 Jun - Malaysia: Expedited GST refunds
16 Jun - Hungary: Retail tax measures enacted
11 May - UAE: No changes to VAT rate
27 Apr - Hungary: Expedited refunds of VAT
3 Apr - Canada: GST/HST and QST relief
20 Mar - Turkey: Digital services tax, update
21 Feb - Kenya: VAT refunds and “bad debts”
21 Feb - Norway: VAT on e-commerce
13 Feb - Uzbekistan: VAT rules for e-services
30 Oct - Italy: Digital services tax, update
30 Oct - Italy: New VAT measures
25 Oct - Portugal: Stamp tax guidance
5 Sep - EU: Report on “VAT gap” for 2017
21 Aug - Costa Rica: VAT registry form
12 Aug - Canada: Guide to real estate tax
5 Jun - Bahrain: Update of VAT measures
5 Jun - Oman: Updates about excise tax
3 Jun - Ghana: Tax data card for 2019
28 May - Chile: VAT and exported services
28 Feb - Iceland: VAT, indirect taxes in 2019
19 Feb - Costa Rica: Electronic invoices
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