TaxPersonal TaxJersey assembly accepts new sales tax law

Jersey assembly accepts new sales tax law

States members of assembly adopt GST rules

New Goods and
Services Tax
(GST) rules have been accepted by states members of the
States Assembly of Jersey.

GST come into effect next year on the island and will include nearly
everything sold in Jersey.

It is aimed at correcting a budget deficit in the island from the
introduction of a zero rate corporation tax to keep the island competitive, the
BBC reported.

States members are currently working on the details of the tax which is
likely to be set at 3% for three years.

Further reading:

Jersey tax change enrages activists

Jersey accountant claims to be royalty

Jersey woos tax avoiders with trusts structure

Related Articles

HMRC appeal rejected in Tottenham Hotspur case

Administration HMRC appeal rejected in Tottenham Hotspur case

2w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
HMRC urged to clarify impact of income allowances on Self-Assessments

Personal Tax HMRC urged to clarify impact of income allowances on Self-Assessments

2m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
New trading allowance: simplicity, but not as we know it

Administration New trading allowance: simplicity, but not as we know it

2m Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer
Wealthy individuals could circumvent top tax rate rises

Personal Tax Wealthy individuals could circumvent top tax rate rises

4m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Italy grants first successful non-dom status application to former UK non-dom

Personal Tax Italy grants first successful non-dom status application to former UK non-dom

4m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Industry reaction: Taylor Review does not go far enough in addressing tax issues

Legal Industry reaction: Taylor Review does not go far enough in addressing tax issues

5m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Does the Taylor Review sufficiently address the gig economy?

Corporate Tax Does the Taylor Review sufficiently address the gig economy?

5m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
HMRC tax evasion assistance requests double in five years

Corporate Tax HMRC tax evasion assistance requests double in five years

5m Emma Smith, Managing Editor