Consultation response

16 December 2015

FEE comments on modernising VAT for cross-border e-commerce in the EU

FEE has responded to the European Commission’s public consultation to simplify the Value-Added Tax (VAT) payments on cross-border e-commerce transactions. FEE strongly agrees with the Commission’s objective to minimise burdens for cross-border e-commerce arising from different VAT regimes. FEE thinks that there should be a cross-border VAT threshold i.e., no VAT would be applied up to a certain amount of cross-border supplies.

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FEE’s response to European Commission’s public consultation on modernising VAT for cross-border e-commerce

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