Weekly International Highlights from Nair & Co.: Austria Likely to Introduce Reverse Charge Tax Rules, Czech Senate Accepts Amendments to Income Tax Law, Malaysia Proposes 2014 Budget, Netherlands Presents 2014 Amended Budget

BRISTOL, England--()--Nair & Co., the leader in international business expansion and support publishes HR, regulatory, taxation and company updates for the current week.

Austria Likely to Introduce Reverse Charge Tax Rules to Combat VAT Fraud

The Austrian Minister for Finance recently announced plans to combat Value Added Tax (VAT) fraud. The Austrian government is expected to introduce a reverse charge mechanism on a number of goods prone to VAT fraud. The new legislation will provide Austria with increased ability to minimize missing trader intra-community (MTIC) fraud and the theft of Value Added Tax (VAT) from the government, reports Nair & Co.’s International Tax team.

Read more at http://www.nair-co.com/AustriamayReverseChargeTaxRulesCombatVATFraud-28-11-2013.aspx

Czech Senate Accepts Amendments to Income Tax Law

The Czech Senate recently approved a special law measure to amend the Income Tax Law. Proposed changes under the new amendment may affect Research and Development (R&D), gift tax allowances, individuals’ income from securities and corporate income tax. There is also a proposal for a complete overhaul of civil and company laws making structuring more flexible.

Read more at http://www.nair-co.com/CzechSenateamendsIncomeTaxLaw-29-11-2013.aspx

Malaysia Proposes 2014 Budget

The Government of Malaysia has presented its budget for 2014 proposing replacement of Sales and Service tax with a Goods and Services Tax (GST). Other proposed provisions may affect income tax rates, capital allowances, hiring related expenses, real property gains.

Read more at http://www.nair-co.com/MalaysiaBudget2014-02-12-2013.aspx

Netherlands Presents an Amended Budget for 2014

The Dutch government has presented an amended budget to the parliament altering important provisions regarding tax rates, tax credits and payroll taxes.

Read more at http://www.nair-co.com/NetherlandsamendedBudget2014-04-12-2013.aspx

Spain Introduces New VAT Cash Accounting Scheme and Changes to Certain VAT Deadlines

Spain has introduced a new Special VAT Cash Accounting Scheme designed to support entrepreneurs. The changes introduced by the new amendment will be effective 1 January 2014, reports Nair & Co.’s International Tax team. Similar schemes are enforced in other European Union countries; however this is completely new to Spain.

Read more at http://www.nair-co.com/SpainNewVATCashAccountingScheme-27-11-2013.aspx

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Weekly International Highlights from Nair & Co.: Austria Likely to Introduce Reverse Charge Tax Rules, Czech Senate Accepts Amendments to Income Tax Law, Malaysia Proposes 2014 Budget

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Contacts

Nair & Co.
Yvonne Smith, +1-408-515-6887
yvonne.smith@nairusa.com
Or
Gutenberg Communications for Nair & Co.
Stefanie Cannon, +1-408-335-6965
nairco@gutenbergpr.com