Cloud Transformation: Adoption Of Subscription Models
Wed 24 Mar 2021 | Over the last few years, there has been a significant shift in organisations moving towards the adoption of subscription models (also known as ‘everything as a service’, ‘Xaas’ or ‘flexible consumption’). This has stemmed from a desire for more global, agile and scalable solutions, and organisations increasingly transforming their traditional sales model into cloud-based solution offerings. This trend has accelerated further due to COVID-19 constraints, with customers wanting to enter into engagements with more control and where they pay for what they actually use. What options could your organisation consider now?
Key Court Of Justice Of The European Union Decisions Of 2020: Interpreting VAT In Europe [On demand]
(Aired 19 Jan 2021) A number of significant VAT cases were decided by the CJEU in 2020. Cases reaching the Court concern indirect tax across the EU, and clarify important points affecting organisations in the region. What are the implications for your organisation’s approach to indirect tax?
Brexit: Indirect Taxes In The Homestretch [On demand]
(Aired 2 Dec 2020) With the end of the transition period a matter of weeks away our experts provide their perspective on the indirect tax considerations and share practical tips on preparing for the changes ahead. What are the key actions to prepare for the customs and VAT changes from 1 January 2021?
Compensation And The Question Of VAT [On demand]
(Aired 25 Sep 2020) HMRC recently published a Revenue and Customs Brief on the VAT treatment of early termination fees and compensation payments, and issued additional new guidance. Whilst the Brief principally focuses on early termination payments, with HMRC updating their position in light of recent CJEU case law developments, it also considers payments for breach of contract and liquidated damages, and explains when HMRC believe such charges are chargeable to VAT.
UK Borders After Brexit [On demand]
(Aired 23 Sep 2020) In July, the UK government released a comprehensive new guide for the UK border – the Border Operating Model – which applies to the movements of goods from the EU to Great Britain (GB) following the end of the transition period. With new complexity at the border, how will trade between the UK and the EU change from 1 January 2021?