Whether failure to tax robots indirectly subsidises automation remains contentious, but it is an issue that must be dealt with – sooner rather than later
Prolonged uncertainty over Brexit has thrown UK businesses into turmoil over future corporate tax arrangements, notably VAT refunds from European Union trading partners
Meet the pioneering nations leading the push to electronic invoicing
Two tax experts debate whether the so-called ‘arm’s-length principle’ used in transfer pricing is still applicable to the digital economy
A new VAT system in Italy means the government sees every invoice issued. Spain, Poland and others are now doing the same
‘Making Tax Digital’ will transform corporate accounting for the majority of small businesses, but the impact of digitalisation on large enterprises in particular presents with some major hurdles
The reputational risk for companies minimising tax liabilities as much as legally possible is greater than ever. So how should companies respond?
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