eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation: Could VAT be the eTax Solution? by Anne Mich BardopouloseCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation: Could VAT be the eTax Solution? by Anne Mich Bardopoulos

eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation: Could VAT be the eTax Solution?

byAnne Mich Bardopoulos

Hardcover | April 10, 2015

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This book focuses on the impact of technology on taxation and deals with the broad effect of technology on diverse taxation systems. It addresses the highly relevant eTax issue and argues that while VAT may not be the ultimate solution with regard to taxing electronic commerce, it can be demonstrated to be the most effective solution to date. The book analyzes the application and the effectiveness of traditional income tax principles in contradistinction to VAT principles. Taking into account rapidly ameliorating technology, the book next assesses the compatibility between electronic commerce and diverse systems of taxation. Using case studies of Amazon.com and Second Life as well as additional practical examples, the book demonstrates the effectiveness of VAT in respect of electronic commerce and ameliorating technology in the incalculable and borderless realm of cyberspace.
Title:eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation: Could VAT be the eTax Solution?Format:HardcoverDimensions:370 pagesPublished:April 10, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319154486

ISBN - 13:9783319154480

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Table of Contents

Dedication.- Acknowledgements.- Preface.- Classified Guide To The Paper.- Introductory Chapter.- Part I - History Of Taxation And Development Of Globalisation.- Part II: Internet, Ecommerce, Servers And ISPS.- Part III: Defining 'Residence' For Taxation Purposes.- Part IV: Defining 'Source' For Taxation Purposes.- Part V: Value Added Taxation.- Part VI: Practical Examples.- Part VII: Other Taxing Issues Emanating From Ecommerce.- Part VIII: Conclusion And Opinion Advocated With Regard To The Etax Solution.- Appendix.- Appendix I - Jurisdictional Analysis.- Appendix II - Table 1 As Set Out In HMRC Electronically Supplied Services: A Guide To Interpretation Which Is Taken From Annex L Of The EU Vat On E-Commerce Directive (2002/38/EC).- Appendix III - Table 2 As Set Out In HMRC Electronically Supplied Services: A Guide To Interpretation Which Is Taken From Annex L Of The EU Vat On E-Commerce Directive (2002/38/EC).- Index.