VAT reporting: stuck in the Middle Ages?

Blog/25 November 2019

VAT reporting: stuck in the Middle Ages?

For many complex processes like VAT reporting leading up to a declaration, financial experts still cling on tightly to Excel. This is despite the fact that other solutions are available that...

VAT ‘Quick Fixes 2020’: Ready for surgery or are you in a healthy state?

Blog/16 October 2019

VAT ‘Quick Fixes 2020’: Ready for surgery or are you in a healthy state?

On its way to establishing a Single EU VAT Area by 2022 (at the earliest), the EU has issued four so-called Quick Fixes that EU members need to implement by the end of this year. As the measures...

Will Britain be ‘Great again’?

Blog/30 September 2019

Will Britain be ‘Great again’?

With no intention whatsoever to trivialise the gravity of Brexit and its potential implications for the British people, something ‘good’ has already come out of it. Ever more countries are taking...

(Bulk) VIES validation might be a simple task, but is the identification of your customers for VIES just as simple?

Blog/19 August 2019

(Bulk) VIES validation might be a simple task, but is the identification of your customers for VIES just as simple?

Fasten your seatbelts! We are going on a holiday. And we all buckle up, since we all want to arrive safely at our vacation destiny. It is a legal obligation which has become a habit… and we are...

Why good ingredients do not necessarily make great ice cream….

Blog/17 July 2019

Why good ingredients do not necessarily make great ice cream….

It’s summertime so most of us will be visiting ice cream parlours on hot days. Before you know it, you may find yourself coming back simply because the ice cream tastes better or because they...

Are we looking through rose-tinted glasses or is it the Tax Managers?

Blog/03 July 2019

Are we looking through rose-tinted glasses or is it the Tax Managers?

The VAT gap in the European Union, the difference between the expected VAT revenue and the amount actually collected, was almost EUR 150 billion in 2018! How on earth are you going to close this...