VAT news tagged as "Hotels"


Australia GST on foreign hotel organisers

May 11th, 2018

Australia is to impose 10% Goods and Services Tax on non-resident sellers and agents of Australian hotel accommodation. The vendors will only be liable to charge GST if they exceed the local registration threshold, currently AU$75,000 per annum. The proposal was included in the the 2018/19 Australian budget, published today. This change will come into …


Austrian hotel VAT rise delayed

October 8th, 2015

Plans to raise the Austrian VAT rate on accommodation services from 10% to 13% have been delayed until May 2016. The rise will also include charges for breakfast (which had been originally excluded from the change). Any accommodation provided as part of full board packages, including alcohol etc, would have to be split for VAT …


Austria reduced VAT rate increase 2016

September 3rd, 2015

Austria has confirmed plans to raise its reduced VAT rate from 10% to 13% from 1 January 2016 on the following services: Cultural events, including entrance to public museums and galleries Domestic air travel Sales of certain animal feeds Accommodation services  will not be subject to the rise until 1 April 2016.  The measures were included …


Denmark allows full deduction of hotel VAT 2015

September 8th, 2014

Denmark is to allow companies, resident and non-resident, to recover the input VAT incurred on hotel accommodation. Currently, only 75% of Danish VAT incurred on hotel stays for business purposes may be reclaimed through a VAT return or a VAT reclaim (for non-resident companies).  This will now become 100% from 1 January 2015. This follows …


Dominica cuts hotel VAT rates

August 3rd, 2014

Dominica is to reduce its VAT rate on hotel accommodation from 15% to 10%. The measure was announced in its 2014/2015 budget as part of a package of tax cuts to help attract foreign investment. Other changes included a cut in its corporate income tax rate from 30% to 25% by 2017. The drop in …