A 2 hour webinar which will consider, from a technical and practical perspective, the VAT treatment of cross-border supplies of services and will, in particular, examine the various place of supply rules which may be applicable, as well as the corresponding Malta VAT reporting obligations, and the VAT e-commerce rules which are expected to come into effect on 1 July 2021.

When
Wednesday, 02 June 2021
Time
15.00 - 17.00
Venue
Online
Speakers
Sarah Casolani
Jonathan Pace

VAT workshop on cross-border transactions in services: VAT liability and reporting

This webinar will cover the following:

  • the ‘place of supply’ rules for services;
  • reporting of cross-border transactions in services, including:
    • B2B and B2C supplies;
    • supplies which are taxed and / or exempt in the Member State of the customer;
    • supplies which are attributed a different classification for VAT purposes in Malta and the MS of the supplier (in the case of purchases) or the customer (in the case of sales);
    • where the customer is a taxable person but doesn’t have a VAT number;
    • other reporting obligations (MOSS and Recaps);
    • high level review of the VAT e-commerce rules relevant to the supply of services which are expected to come into force on 1 July 2021.

Level: Intermediate

Relevant for for persons who wish to obtain a better understanding of the complexities surrounding VAT and the supply of services, from a practical perspective.

HOW TO BOOK
  • Select the price option from the drop-down menu and press BOOK NOW. Kindly note that we are currently only accepting payment by bank transfer and by PayPal. If settling by bank transfer kindly quote the name of the event.
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  • Once the payment is confirmed, and not later than 2 hours before the start of the webinar, you will receive an email confirming your registration together with the webinar access code and password. Do not share the link with anyone.

You are kindly requested to register in advance by not later than 10:00am on Wednesday 02/06/2021.

*This webinar is eligible for the Membership Offer (MIT Members are eligible for 6 CPE hours of MIT events on a complimentary basis – Terms & Conditions Apply). To claim the offer for this webinar select ‘MIT Members – Membership Offer’ as the price option. A participant’s eligibility for the offer claimed is subject to final confirmation by the Malta Institute of Taxation.

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In case of group bookings kindly contact [email protected]

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Sarah Casolani

Sarah has been active in the local tax and financial services industry since 2009 and has specialised in VAT matters  since 2014. On a day-to-day basis, Sarah provides indirect tax guidance and technical support to a varied portfolio of  clients, with a primary focus on the gaming and financial services industries, and also delivers lectures on the subject.

Sarah joined the Malta tax practice of Deloitte in 2018 and is a Senior Manager within the Indirect Tax team.

Sarah obtained a Master of Arts in Financial Services from the University of Malta as well as a Diploma in Taxation  from the Malta Institute of Taxation and is a member of the Malta Institute of Taxation’s indirect tax technical  committee.

Jonathan Pace

Jonathan has been active in the local tax and financial services industry since 2014 and is currently a Supervisor within the Deloitte Malta Indirect Tax practice focusing on the provision of indirect tax advisory services to a wide range of both domestic and international clients. Having attained the ACCA qualification in 2016, Jonathan is an accountant by profession and a member of the Malta Institute of Accountants.

Jonathan also forms part of the young members focus group within the Malta Institute of Accountants and also  delivers specialized indirect tax training on a number of topics, mainly to operators of the financial services and  remote gaming industries.

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