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French-German interchange of ideas

At the end of January 2015 the French and German member firms of the Tax Representative Alliance (TRA), LRF and WW+KN, did an interchange of ideas in Paris. Both offices discussed the development of the cross-border cooperation and how to create new services for both clients. “It is one of the strength of TRA that we are able to create new client services over borders”, LRF partner Corinne Maure said.
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VAT Mini One Stop Shop (MOSS) introduced

The mini One Stop Shop comes into force on 1 January 2015 and will allow taxable persons supplying telecommunication services, television and radio broadcasting services and electronically supplied services to non-taxable persons in the EU Member States in which they do not have an establishment to account for the VAT due on those supplies via a web-portal in the EU Member State in which they are identified.
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Annual Meeting 2015 in Madrid announced

The next annual meeting of the Tax Representative Alliance (TRA) will take place in Madrid, Spain, in March 2015. The meeting will be organized by the Spanish TRA member, TAXPARTNERS.
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Annual Meeting 2014 held in Regensburg (Germany)

The second annual meeting of the Tax Representative Alliance (TRA) was held in Regensburg, Bavaria, from 13th to 15th March 2014. Roughly 40 people from 19 European countries attended the conference in the SORAT Hotel on an island in the middle of the Danube in the German city of Regensburg (Ratisbon).
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Annual TRA meeting 2014 announced

At the end of December 2013 the annual meeting of the Tax Representative Alliance (TRA) for 2014 was announced. The 2014 meeting will be held in Regensburg (Ratisbon), Germany, and is organized by the German TRA memberfirm WW+KN.
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Polish TRA memberfirm at Brussel Tax Forum 2013

The Brussels Tax Forum 2013 has been held on November the 18th 2013. The Forum, hosted by the EU Commissioner Algirdas Šemeta, responsible for Taxation, Customs, Statistics, Audit and Anti-Fraud has brought together policy makers, experts, stakeholders and the general public from all over the world to discuss tax issues of particular political and general interest. The topic chosen for this year has been ‘An efficient VAT system’.

Foto: © Rozol - Fotolia.com

Foto: © Rozol – Fotolia.com

The Partner of the Polish TRA memberfirm Intertax Audit Sp. z o.o, Bugoslaw Kedzior, has been granted the priviledge to attend this commitment that aimed the simplification and sensibilization of the EU VAT burocracy, into a more harmonized and burdenless VAT System.

Poland has introduced, with effect from 2014, significant amendments in VAT Act. The most revolutionary one has been the change of the provision regarding arising the tax accrual, which has been changed for the first time in twenty years. Until the end of December 2013 the general rule on tax accrual was in fact linked to the issuance of an invoice.Since 2014, as a general rule, tax accrual shall arise at the moment of supplying the services or goods, and shall no longer be connected to the issuance of an invoice, also for the services or goods provided partially, for which payment was specified. For the services or goods provided continuously for a period longer than one year, without terms of payment or settlement, the accrual takes place at the end of each fiscal year, until the services are finally provided.

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