This week in tax: Premier League clubs face tax claims

Premier League football clubs are accused of avoiding paying up to £470 million in UK tax, while Malta is poised to overhaul its unique corporate tax system.

CESOP: what it means for EU payment service providers

Tax specialists from Deloitte Netherlands present an overview of legislation that will have a profound impact on the ever-growing number of organisations that conduct cross-border transactions.

Malaysian High Court quashes bills of demand in a GST appeal

S Saravana Kumar and Amira Rafie of Rosli Dahlan Saravana Partnership discuss the decision in a recent case involving the retrospective effects of a GST regulation.

The curious case of Chapter 98 of the Indian Customs Tariff

Raghavan Ramabadran and S Ganesh Aravindh of Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan explain some questions of interpretation relating to a chapter of the Customs Tariff that is of uniquely Indian origin.

Egypt amends its rules on VAT for non-resident suppliers in e-commerce transactions

Rabie Morsy, Ahmed Khalifa and Sandra Aziz of Saleh, Barsoum & Abdel Aziz – Grant Thornton Egypt summarise the main changes under a newly issued decree.

IRS and ATO aim to expand and modernise, say senior officials

In a recent webinar hosted by law firms Greenberg Traurig and Clayton Utz, officials at the IRS and ATO outlined their visions for 2023.

Brazilian government overhauls PIS and COFINS to boost tax collection

Júlio Oliveira and Gabriel Caldiron Rezende of Machado Associados discuss the measures taken by the Brazilian federal government to boost tax collection.

Four ways marketplaces can use tax calculation as a differentiator

Vertex’s Niall Kiernan highlights four potential game-changers for marketplaces that want to get a grip of their tax calculation.

What does the Fenix case mean for VAT management?

Fernando Matesanz of Spanish VAT services breaks down the crucial CJEU decision, with significant tax implications for digital platforms and electronically supplied services.

Israel jumps on board the digital and crypto tax bandwagon

Henriette Fuchs of Yaron-Eldar Paller Schwartz & Co reports on initiatives taken by the Israeli government regarding the taxation of digital services and the trading of digital assets.