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VAT’sNew – our new monthly VAT blog

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Date: 
7 June 2017
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VAT'sNew

Monthly VAT news

Information on tax matters is generally easy to come by, but that’s not so much the case when it comes to value-added tax, which is more of a niche area. This, despite the fact that it makes up the greatest proportion of Switzerland’s tax receipts. Find out in our new monthly blog, VAT’sNEW, what challenges are faced by business owners when it comes to indirect taxes.

 

Why these topics should interest you

The digital revolution is all-pervasive and VAT processing is also currently undergoing a period of profound change, both in Switzerland and abroad. Our VAT experts have particular expertise in this area, as questions regarding digitisation are a burning issue at the moment. Anyone who can't keep up with the frenetic pace of change will miss the boat for good. Furthermore, the revised Value-Added Tax Act will entail changes for many companies from 1 January 2018. We will address the key changes in a concise and comprehensible manner.
 

Pipeline topics

Let’s start by looking at VAT on e-invoices. The new VAT regulations on e-invoicing simplify business transactions and offer new possibilities. Read our first blog post: VAT on e-invoices – advances in digitisation (in German).

The deadline for the submission of applications of foreign VAT claims is 30 June 2017. The EU’s input VAT refund procedure is subject to strict and formal conditions. Read what you need to do now in our second blog post: The 30 June 2017 deadline for the input VAT refund (in German)
 

The following topics will also be covered.

  • Partial revision: Tax liability from 2018Partial revision: Deemed input tax deduction
  • Partial revision: Margin taxation
  • Referendum – what tax rate will apply from 2018 (7.7% or 8%)?
  • The electronic VAT declaration

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