VAT news tagged as "Games"


Turkey reviews VAT on digital services by foreign providers

April 18th, 2015

Turkey is the latest country to confirm that it is reviewing extending Turkish VAT to digital services providers to its consumers by foreign providers. In particular, it is interested in social and streaming media providers, including films, games, apps and e-books. Currently to revenue from such providers is only considered liable to Turkish VAT is …

United Kingdom

UK challenges 2015 B2C e-VAT changes for micro businesses

March 19th, 2015

The UK’s Prime Minister, David Cameron, is to push next week for an exemption for micro businesses to 2015 changes to B2C digital services VAT rules. He is planning to request the European Commission (EC) to allow businesses below the UK VAT registration threshold to not have to VAT register under the EU place of …

South Africa

South Africa details foreign electronic services to be subject to VAT

April 10th, 2014

As South Africa implements VAT on foreign supplies of electronic services to its consumers, the National Treasury has confirmed which services are affected by the changes. Gaming: electronic, internet and interactive games, including games of chance and gambling Online auctions Ebooks: including audio/visual variations On-line learning: education; tuition; webcasts etc for commercial purposes Subscriptions or …