The meeting of the IOTA Forum on Tax Debt Management under the theme “Flatten-The-Curve” Of Tax Debts was held digitally between 23rd and 25th November 2021. The three-day event attracted over 90 registered participants from 32 IOTA member countries.
The 7th Regional Meeting on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) for Eurasian Countries was held virtually on 18th-19th November 2021 and was hosted by the OECD, the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of North Macedonia, and IOTA.
On 22nd November the OECD released the 2020 Mutual Agreement Procedure Statistics and the winners of the 2020 MAP awards in five categories. Spain was the winner of the award in Category 2 “Age of the inventory” and co-winner with Italy of the award in Category 4 “Cooperation”.
The 2021 IOTA Forum Meeting on Human Resource Management took place 16th-17th November, with 77 registered participants from 30 member countries. This year’s digital event focused on concepts and practical aspects of organising the working environment in IOTA tax administrations after the forced home office and hybrid operation.
This year’s IOTA Forum meeting on the Use of Data from Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) was held digitally on 26th-27th October 2021 and welcomed 158 registered participants from 30 IOTA member countries, as well as speakers from partner organisations and business,.
IOTA Actively Partners with NTO Members in the Organisation of the 1st NTO Technical Conference on Fight Against Tax Crimes
Building stronger partnerships to fight tax-related illicit financial flows – under this theme, the Network of Tax Organisations (NTO) hosted its 1st Technical Conference from 19th to 21st of October. IOTA is an NTO member and acted as a partner in the organisation of the virtual event.
‘Improving Communication Strategies and Customer Support towards International Taxpayers’ was the theme of IOTA’s first digital workshop, held 29th-30th September 2021. The event welcomed 126 registered participants from 33 IOTA tax administrations.
Revenue Service of the Ministry of Finance of Georgia (GRS) has taken an important step in taxation of digital services. As of October 1st, a taxable person, who is not established or has no habitual residence in Georgia, or has no fixed establishment in Georgia, shall register and pay Value Added Tax (VAT).