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Newsletters from the RSM Tax Centre of Excellence, covering recent developments in taxation around the world.

International VAT Update: August 2019

27 August 2019
Breaking VAT news from RSM's experts around the world

Value Added Tax Changes in Poland

9 August 2019
From 1 November 2019, Polish tax authorities will be introducing significant changes in value added tax by introducing the Split Payments Mechanism (SPM).

International VAT Update: May 2019

16 May 2019
Breaking VAT news from RSM's experts around the world

International VAT Update: February 2019

4 February 2019
Breaking VAT news from RSM's experts around the world, including updates from  the European Union, United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands and the United States.

International VAT Update: August 2018

31 August 2018
Breaking VAT news from RSM's experts around the world, including updates from  Belgium, Poland, United Kingdom, France, United States and Germany

International VAT Update: June 2018

5 June 2018
Breaking VAT news from RSM's experts around the world, including updates from Portugal, Norway, UK, Italy, Australia, Canada, South Africa and Malaysia.

International VAT Update: March 2018

5 March 2018
Breaking VAT news from around the world, including updates from the European Union, France, Italy, Germany, Australia, Switzerland and Hungary.

International VAT Update - November 2017

10 November 2017
Breaking VAT news from around the world, including updates from the European Union, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Ireland, Norway and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

International VAT Update – August 2017

11 August 2017
Breaking VAT news from around the world, including updates from the Netherlands, Hungary, Switzerland, US and Australia. 

Tax complexity fuels uncertainty, but middle market firms can untangle the mess

22 May 2017
Tax complexity is a challenge that is particularly acute for middle market businesses who lack the scale to invest in large compliance teams, but have the agility to adapt more quickly than large corporates. We spoke to RSM experts in Australia, Brazil, UK, and US to ask how middle market businesses can untangle this mess.

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