WebinarWebinar: 2017 in Review – EU VAT Legislation, Proposed Changes and ECJ Case Law – Part 1
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- Webinar: 2017 in Review – EU VAT Legislation, Proposed Changes and ECJ Case Law – Part 1
Overview and learning objectives
This webinar is the first of a series of webinars that will look back at the year 2017, starting with the European Commission’s proposals to adapt the EU VAT system to the digital economy and the needs of SMEs. The presenters will discuss the Action Plan on VAT of 7 April 2016, as well as the other legislative proposals put forward recently by the European Commission. The most intriguing ECJ case law of 2017 (e.g. Aviva, DNB Banka) will also be explored. The webinar will provide a practical and easy explanation of what this case law and the latest policy proposals mean for taxable persons operating within the European Union. Special attention will be given to controversies and risks taxable persons might face because of the latest developments.
After following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Identify the key changes the proposals make to the current EU VAT system
- Apply the new principles the proposals introduce
- Identify the impact of the latest ECJ case law on holdings, cost sharing agreements, invoicing, services related to export and import transactions
- Apply the guidance the court laid down in the covered cases
Field of study
Who should participate
The webinar is suitable for VAT specialists working for corporates, advisory and law firms and governments who deal with the VAT implications of cross-border transactions, structures or cases and wish to understand the risks, challenges and controversies related to the latest developments in EU VAT and ECJ case law in 2017.
Course level and prerequisites
This is an intermediate-level webinar. Participants are expected to be familiar with the key concepts of EU VAT.
Participation to this webinar does not require any preparation.
Interactive webinar - "Group Internet Based" (live webinar only)
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- Setting the scene
- State of play of the EC Action Plan on VAT
- Summaries of some of the most important ECJ cases, actions (infringement procedures) and referrals in 2017