Volume 44 (2016) / Issue 6/7
In this article, the authors analyse the EU concept of the Digital Single Market from an Indirect Tax and Direct Tax perspective. The analysis will focus on the current status quo and will discuss the recently proposed EU plans to design robust Indirect Tax and Direct Tax rules, as well as regulations for the future. The authors propose ideas and solutions that can be taken into account by the Commission and various stakeholders in an open debate to optimize the legislation for all parties involved. These ideas share the same common ground for Indirect Tax and Direct Tax. Where deemed necessary, the authors include Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) initiatives as well.
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