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European VAT Explorer

This online collection focuses on the law and practice of VAT and indirect taxes in Europe and the European Union.
 
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European VAT Explorer

Why subscribe?

European VAT Explorer offers a comprehensive explanation of domestic VAT systems in Europe and an in-depth explanation of the EU VAT system. It contains all the information and answers for practitioners who deal with complex cases and questions regarding VAT in the European Union in non-EU Member States from Europe.
 

Main contents

 

  • News (EVD News; Tax News Service on VAT only)
  • Quick Reference Tables (EU VAT Rates Tables, VAT & Sales Tax Tables)
  • Excerpts from Country Surveys and Country Analyses relating to VAT
  • Country Tax Guides (VAT & Sales Tax)
  • Global Topics (Commentary on European VAT Directives & Other Indirect Tax Acts)
  • EU Law (Indirect Tax)
  • National Legislation (VAT laws of EU Member States linking to VAT Directive 2006/112)
  • Case Law (ECJ Case Law (Indirect Tax), Other Domestic Case Law (VAT))

Tools and Action Functionality

 

  • Compare two similar country chapters easily, using standardized outlines
  • Country Tables Comparison:
    • EU VAT Rates Table
    • VAT & Sales Tax Comparison Table
Download the overview (PDF) of the contents of our available online collections

If you wish to expand your European VAT Explorer with the IBFD Journal Articles - VAT, and the Indirect Taxes Add-On – Europe, please contact Sales.

 

  • Detailed commentary on domestic VAT systems throughout Europe in a standardized outline
  • In-depth commentary on European VAT Directives and other indirect tax acts by Ben Terra and Julie Kajus
  • Links between VAT laws, implementation orders and to the EU VAT Directives
  • Keep up to date with direct links to Tax News Service developments relevant to a chapter
  • Information on relevant BEPS developments
  • Comprehensive collection of related primary source information (domestic law, EU law and case law)
  • Compare Country Survey Corporate Taxation outlines of different countries
  • Easy to use and quick search facilities
  • Export data quickly and easily to PDF
  • Extensive tax research (compare) tools, as well as the option to create and save unique personalized searches and documents under your Favourites
  • The VAT rates applied by Member States for goods, products and services in handy table form (EU VAT Rates Table)
  • Compare different language versions of VAT laws and the EU VAT Directive
  • Frequent updates
  • View two different documents side by side
  • Effective navigation between different sets of information wherever you go, no matter what device you are using
  • Access for up to five users (additional users for a small fee)

 

Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, North Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino,  Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom.

 

Why Historical Tax Archives?

As a tax practitioner you may need to deal with tax issues from the past, due to protracted litigation procedures. 
 
To help you find the right information fast, IBFD has made available the Historical Tax Archives dating back to 2009. This additional product allows you to quickly view and compare historical tax data, so you can analyse the main changes across different time periods.
 
For an extra fee, you can order our Historical Tax Archives together with European VAT Explorer, by clicking on the tab "Online Collection + Archives" above. 
 
If you have already subscribed to European VAT Explorer, you can now order the Historical Tax Archives at a small surcharge on the annual subscription price. For more information, please contact Customer Support.

 

Contributors
 
The VAT laws of the EU Member States and its hyperlinks to the corresponding articles in the EU VAT Directive have been developed in close cooperation with, in particular, the members of the European VAT Club indicated below:
 
  • Austria: Andrea Eigner, Baker & McKenzie - Diwok Hermann Petsche Rechtsanwälte GmbH, Wien.
  • Belgium: Christian Amand, Attorney, Loyens & Loeff, Brussels
  • Bulgaria: Svetlin Krastanov, Tax Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers Bulgaria EOOD
  • Croatia: Josipa Rebrina, Tax Consultant, Ernst & Young Savjetovanje d.o.o
  • Cyprus: Christos Papamarkides, Partner, Deloitte Ltd
  • Czech Republic: Ditta Hlavácková, Proxy Audit and Tax Service, Prague, Member VAT Club
  • Denmark: Anne Krag, VAT Manager, KPMG
  • Estonia: Kersti Tirmaste, VAT accountant, AS Tarcona, Estonia
  • Finland: Mikko Pikkujämsä, Justice, Supreme Administrative Court, Helsinki
  • France: Renaud Roquebert and Victoria Alvarez, Lighthouse LHLF Law Firm, Paris
  • Germany: Dr. Hans-Martin Grambeck, N e s e m a n n, Hamburg, Germany
  • Greece: Alex Karopoulos and Hara Strati, Zepos & Yannopoulos, Athens, Member VAT Club
  • Hungary: Eszter Kalman, CMS Cameron McKenna, Budapest
  • Ireland: Jane O'Sullivan and Fergus Finnegan, Deloitte & Touche, Dublin
  • Italy: Sara Montalbetti, Maisto e Associati, Milan, Member VAT Club
  • Latvia: Sabine Vuskane, Senior Associate, SORAINEN
  • Lithuania: Robertas Degesys, Tark Grunte Sutkiene, Vilnius
  • Luxembourg: Christian Deglas, Deloitte, Luxembourg
  • Malta: Sarah Aquilina, Deloitte Services Limited, Mriehel
  • Netherlands: Jan Snel, Baker & McKenzie, Amsterdam
  • Poland: Pawel Falkowski, Tax Advisor, FL Tax, Warsaw
  • Portugal: Isabel Vieira Reis, Garrigues, Lisbon
  • Romania: Ana-Maria Nothinger, KPMG, Bucharest
  • Slovak Republic: Šiagi Martin, Mandat Consulting, Bratislava, Member VAT Club
  • Slovenia: Karmen Janezic, LeitnerLeitner, Ljubljana
  • Spain: Dr. Patricia Lampreave Márquez, International Tax Lawyer, Tax Professor, Madrid
  • Sweden: Tomas Karlsson, Ernst & Young, Stockholm
  • United Kingdom: Peter D. Hughes F.C.A., P.D. Hughes Consultancy Services Ltd
Authors
The commentaries on the European VAT Directives, and Other Indirect Tax Acts, are written by:
Ben Terra, professor of law at the University of Amsterdam the Netherlands and the University of Lund, Sweden. He has an honorary degree from the University of Lund.

Advokat Julie Kajus, LLM, (indirect) tax advisor and off counsel of Ernst & Young tax advisors.

 

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