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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
VAT in the European Union 2nd ed isbn 9780754547006

VAT in the EU

ISBN13: 9780754540144
New Edition ISBN: 9780754547006
Previous Edition ISBN: 0754526313
Published: November 2011
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

VAT in the EU offers a country by country guide on all 27 EU member states. Each country has its own system with rules and regulations varying widely between different countries and jurisdictions.

Businesses, especially those operating internationally, need practical strategies to help confront the growing challenges of complying with and managing indirect taxes. Each chapter in VAT in the EU addresses the main considerations for the international tax professional impacting VAT in a given country.

Written by Nancy Cruickshanks, a VAT specialist and partner at Shipley’s AGN, in conjunction with contributors from other AGN firms, this comprehensive title enables practitioners to help their clients drive indirect tax costs out of their supply chain, as well as give better advice on more tax-efficient structures impacting offshoring and outsourcing.

VAT in the EU also covers such areas as:-

  • Structured indirect tax planning
  • Supply-chain review and planning
  • Registration, fiscal representation and agency services
  • Optimisation of indirect tax accounting
  • Mergers and acquisitions
This book was previously announced as International Guide to Value Added Tax and Goods and Sales Tax

Phase 1 - the 27 EU Member States
Phase 2 - the rest of Europe plus the Commonwealth countries
Phase 3 - Emerging Markets + major trading nations not already covered;
1. Key data
2. Getting started
3. Domestic supplies
4. Intra EU
5. Exports & imports
6. Reporting Obligations
7. Special schemes
8. Penalties and interest
9. VAT refunds
10. Closing down;
Non-EU countries to be included:;
a. Russia
b. Norway
c. Switzerland
d. Argentina
e. Australia
f. Brazil
g. Canada
h. China
i. Croatia
j. India
k. Japan
l. Korea
m. Liechtenstein
n. Malaysia
o. Mexico
p. Singapore
q. South Africa
r. Turkey