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Online resource for digital services value added tax

Managing indirect tax for electronically supplied services


Businesses that provide digital services through the internet may be unaware that they are taking on an increasing global value-added tax (VAT) compliance burden. With VAT and other indirect tax systems already implemented in more than 150 countries, middle market companies operating globally will need to understand the details of compliance in the jurisdictions in which they operate.

With the help of RSM International member firms in countries around the world, the guides in this resource center offer local knowledge and insights regarding VAT compliance that globally active companies should find invaluable. 

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Although this guide has been prepared to assist a business in assessing its own needs, it cannot address every aspect of the relevant e-service tax. In addition, the latest updates may not be reflected here. It is therefore recommended that any business affected by these rules obtain additional support before taking any action.

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Introduction to the digital services VAT guide

A detailed guide to compliance with countries seeking to tax digital services supplied by nonresident suppliers.

Applying VAT to electronically supplied services

Key points to consider when determining how electronically supplied services should be accounted for with regard to VAT rules globally.