Transfer Pricing Provisions in Luxembourg VAT law: What you need to know

As a private customer when you purchase a good or a service from your supplier, value-added tax (VAT) is generally included in the price. The supplier is collecting and then remitting the amount of VAT to the relevant corresponding country’s tax authorities. For companies operating in the financial services industry …

[VIDEO] Luxembourg cost-sharing exemptions in danger

The European Court of Justice has recently ruled that Luxembourg’s legislation on the cost-sharing exemption has been transposed too widely. This VAT exemption is widely used by the country’s financial services industry. And the impact of this decision for bankers, assurers and asset managers would likely to be severe. Frédéric Wersand, …

Did you know: VAT authorities to increase scrutiny in 2017

The Luxembourg VAT authorities have just released their 2016 annual activity report. While this document discloses last year’s milestone figures, it also sets their objectives for 2017. In the light of the tax reform, VAT authorities will particularly beef up penalties and introduce personal liability of directors while intensifying electronic …

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