The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s statements of intent on a digital service tax and competition law reforms reinforce other recent indications that the UK government is looking seriously at making significant changes to the way it approaches online platforms and the so called “tech giants”.
Brexit will potentially allow the UK to create its own strategy for the sector without … Continue Reading
Three members of Hogan Lovells transfer pricing team recently joined a host of tech companies and other advisors at the TP Minds West Coast conference in San Francisco. In a series of presentations, panels and workshops spread over three days, participants discussed recent developments in transfer pricing, what tax authorities are doing in the area, and how new technology is … Continue Reading
On 7 April 2016 the European Commission released its VAT Action Plan, which provides a pathway to the creation of a single Value Added Tax (VAT) area in the European Union. The Commission considers the current VAT system to be a core element of the single market that should assist in facilitating trade within the single market. However, the Commission … Continue Reading