2nd June 2020
Global VAT Specialist Group member, Florian Hanslik, from Switzerland-based member firm PrimeTax, publishes a second VAT newsletter explaining the latest developments in Retroactive VAT Group Taxation for Swiss firms to fellow MGI Worldwide with CPAAI accounting network and association members.
VAT Group Taxation
Many group companies apply for VAT group taxation in order to benefit from the considerable financial advantages resulting from the elimination of taxation of internal turnover between the group companies within the same country. The possibility of a potential group taxation is often discussed much later, after the establishment and/or VAT registration of a Swiss company. This newsletter discusses a decision by the Swiss Supreme court if a retroactive establishment as a VAT group is still possible and if it is, what are the conditions applied.
Read the full white paper HERE.
The Swiss and global tax environment is constantly changing and presents companies as well as private individuals with major challenges on a daily basis. Only those who deal with their opportunities and risks at an early stage and on an ongoing basis can be successful. PrimeTax see themselves as a partner who will provides clients with comprehensive support in all tax matters and identify risks.
For further details please visit PrimeTax member profile page HERE or visit their website HERE.
For more information about this newsletter or the Global VAT Specialist Group in general, please contact Florian (Florian.Hanslik@primetax.ch), one of the Operational Group members or Nicki Lynn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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