EU VAT changes for eCommerce businesses

WORLDFINANCEVIDEOS | September 9, 2019

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Tax technology specialists Vertex brought together tax professionals, solution experts, and its customers in Munich for its Vertex Exchange Europe event. World Finance interviewed half a dozen delegates for an update on Europe's latest tax compliant challenges and technological advancements: in this video, Aleksandra Bal summarises the key changes in the EU's VAT e-commerce package that become effective in January 2021.

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