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Barbados: VAT changes proposed

Barbados: VAT changes proposed

As part of a three-phase economic recovery and transformation plan, Barbados would amend certain value added tax (VAT) measures.


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  • One proposal would subject online purchases of goods and services to the value added tax (VAT), effective 1 October 2018. 
  • A second proposal would increase the rate of VAT on the supply of room accommodations to 15% (from 7.5%), effective 1 January 2020. 


Read a July 2018 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Canada

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