List of VAT registered non-resident digital service providers extended to 159 Mexico’s Tax Administration has provided an update to its regular listing of foreign digital services providers and intermediaries that are VAT registered – the Federal Taxpayers’ Registry. This means payment provides (debit/card cards; bank
Extension of GST from digital services to low-value consignments and traditional services provided by Overseas Vendors Non-resident providers (‘Overseas Vendors) of low-values goods and non-digital services to Singaporean consumers will be liable to charge, collect and remit Goods and Services Tax from 1 January 2023.
B2B reverse charge option withdrawn for foreign providers of digital services The VAT Digital Marketplace Supply Regulations, which governs the rules for non-resident providers and marketplaces to charge Kenyan VAT, have been updated with a number of changes, including: Withdrawal of the reverse charge for
2022 Tax Reform Bill updates digital reporting and criteria for determining tax obligations The annual Chilean Tax Reform Bill has included a number of measures relating to foreign providers of digital services to local consumers: All non-residents will be able to use the simplified registration
Draft Bill to impose 12% VAT on nonresident digital or electronic service providers and marketplace platforms approved by House committee The Philippines House of Representatives Ways and Means board approved today, 17 August, a bill that would impose VAT on foreign providers of digital and
18% VAT and 2% income tax on electronic services extended to foreign providers from July 2022 Tanzania has this month, July 2022, extended VAT charging obligations to providers and facilitating marketplaces for digital services to local consumers. This also includes potential 2% income tax liabilities.
Foreign providers of electronic services given VAT registration threshold Kenya has introduced a VAT registration threshold for non-resident providers of digital services to Kenyan consumers. This is KES 5 million (approx €41,700) per annum of turnover. This is the same level as for resident business.
Draft Bill to impose VAT on nonresident digital or electronic service providers and marketplace platforms reintroduced following elections A stalled Bill (House Bill 372) to extend Value Added Tax to resident and non-resident providers and marketplaces of digital services has been reintroduced. This follows the
Non-resident e-service providers confirmed liable to VAT 1 July 2022; provided with new registration and returns portal The URA has confirmed that non-residents should now be register and reporting VAT on sales to Ugandan consumers. The Uganda Revenue Authority was originally given powers to impost