COVID 19 Special VAT Reductions and Exemptions in the European Union - Updated 10/25/2020. Many countries in the European Union have taken temporary measures to reduce VAT rates or VAT exemptions. Some of these measures have passed, others have been extended or are still valid.
The french government has implemented a new general lockdown in France since 30 October 2020, due to the health situation developments on national level. We'd like to inform you that workers from EU countries can continue working in, and be posted to France without restrictions.
As announced in many other countries, there is a new customs definition of exporters in the EU. The dates of implementation of the new rules are different in each country. The Spanish Customs authorities start applying literally the new customs definition of exporter from this month onwards.
We are delighted to share with you the recording of our Webinar that took place on January 19th and which focuses on the Reverse charge on import VAT that is now mandatory in France since January 2022.
VAT identification obligation for foreign companies that hold stock in France under suspensive tax regime (RFS)
March 23, 2022
The new VATI reverse charge regime put in place on January 1, 2022 has led to new reporting obligations for companies that are not established in France holding goods under the suspensive tax regime (RFS). This is particularly the case for companies using so-called “RFSE” or “RFSI” stocks.
Reverse charge mechanism for VAT due on imports since January 1st 2022
January 26, 2022
We are delighted to share with you the recording of the webinar organised by the French-Belgium-Luxembourgish Chamber of Commerce and presented by RMB that took place on January 26th. This session focused on the Generalization of the reverse charge mechanism for VAT due on imports since January 1st 2022.
Do you have questions about how RMB can help your business? Send us an email and we’ll get in touch with you shortly, our VAT experts are always happy to help. You can also contact us by phone: +33 3 20 25 70 70.