PwC US’ State and Local Tax practice will have a webcast on Thursday, June 26th 2014 from 8:00 – 8.35 AM ET (14:00 – 14:35 CEST) focusing on the indirect tax considerations for foreign companies selling products or services into the United States. Among others, the webcast will include an overview of US sales and use taxes, and outline some of the key issues foreign sellers need to consider when making business in the US. The webcast will highlight recent efforts by the states to expand their jurisdictional reach as well as US federal legislative developments impacting remote seller requirements to collect US sales and use taxes.
Furthermore, PwC panelists will also provide insights related to the resale certificate process and indirect tax audit defense.
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For those of you who have missed our webcast of 22 August 2013 on the 2015 EU VAT changes to electronically supplied services: you can access its recording here.
Do you sell services to consumers? Are they electronically supplied? Are your customers in the EU? Are you ready for the B2C 2015 VAT changes?
There are significant changes on the horizon for the VAT paid on electronically supplied services. Any business headquartered in any country selling broadcasting, telecommunications and electronically supplied services to EU retail customers will be affected by these changes. This includes businesses in the US, China and Australia.
The new legislation is effective from 1 January 2015. It will have the effect of changing the place of supply, and the country of taxation, of business to consumer (B2C) telecoms, broadcasting and ‘electronically supplied services’ from the country in which the supplier is established to the country in which the consumer is resident. One effect of this is that, rather than applying a single VAT rate in its country of establishment, affected businesses may be required to apply the local VAT rate in 27 different member states.
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For those of you who have missed our US webcast of 14 March 2013 on the 2015 EU VAT changes to electronically supplied services: you can access its recording here.
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Please join PwC’s Value Added Tax Practice for a webcast on Thursday, March 14th from 12:00 to 1:00pm ET.
Webcast will focus on the challenges that sellers of electronically delivered content face when selling to customers in the European Union and elsewhere.
The European Union (EU) has long required EU established businesses to account for VAT, at the rate where the business is established, on sales of electronically supplied services (eservices), such as mobile applications, downloadable or cloud accessible games and music, and subscriptions to websites, to private individuals located in the EU. Find out more