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... Musicians generating income from self employment that exceeds £55k a year must pay a value-added ... tax (VAT) in Great Britain. The advantages and disadvantages of becoming involved with the VAT are discussed. ...
... , such as capital allowances, class 2 National Insurance Payments and Value Added Tax (VAT), working abroad, and ways to file tax returns. ...
... Reports on reaction to the Italian government's surprise decision to increase the value-added tax ... -going controversy about the value-added tax among the European community. ...
... and economic uncertainty face a squeeze on profits as the VAT (value-added tax) goes up in early 2011. The VAT goes from 17.5% to 20% to reduce debt. ...
... Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs will allow theaters serving as receiving houses to claim tax ... refunds and benefit from VAT exemption on a percentage of future production costs. ...
... On July 16, 2003, the European Commission unveiled plans in Belgium to simplify its value-added ... tax (VAT) rules, but it dismissed appeals for CDs to be placed on the coveted list of exemptions to ... the standard tax rates. As a result, the VAT rate applied on sound recordings in Europe will continue ...
... The U.K. government's decision to increase VAT (value-added tax) to 20% beginning January 4, 2011 ...
... on the music industry of the increase in the value-added tax (VAT), Venture Capital Trusts, and the extension of the Enterprise Finance Guarantee. ...
... Association for Lower VAT on CDs in the war against the value-added tax (VAT) on music recordings ...
... Reports that the question of lowering the European value-added tax (VAT) on music recordings has ... Chirac's support of lowering the tax on CD-ROMs but notes advocates for lowering the tax for all European music recordings. ...
... appeal, an attempt to maintain the orchestra's status as tax except, was struck down in a July 21, 2005, ruling that denied it a VAT exemption. ...
... July 1, 2000, the French government will lobby for lowering the value-added tax (VAT) rates on records ... expressing her intention to "make the most" of the opportunity to lower the VAT rate on records. ...
... ) in a campaign to reduce the value-added tax on music. Explains the high level of music VAT levels ... in Scandinavia and the European Union's (EU) role in determining which goods are subject to the tax. ...
... discuss the implications of recent meetings concerning a lower value-added tax (VAT) for music. ... preferential tax status as other cultural goods, such as books and magazines. Industry and IFPI executives ...
... Discusses apparent success of efforts by the French music industry to seek a lower value-added tax ... (VAT) on records. French Minister of Culture Philippe Douste-Blazy's remarks on the matter at the ... French music industry conference MIDEM are covered, as well as comments from French music industry group SNEP on lowering the VAT. ...
VAT Attack
Billboard (2010) Vol. 122, No. 28, pp. 10
... In the UK, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced the new 20% value-added tax (VAT ... has not yet decided whether it will pass on the tax increase to its customers. ...
... megastores will reduce the value-added tax on "sound carriers" from the usual 16% to the 4% which is ... charged on "other cultural items." Notes that this is a way for FNAC to show support for the music industry's demand for equity concerning the VAT. ...
... In September 2004, VAT officials decided to require Longborough Festival Opera to pay VAT on ...
... As of January 1, 2007, in the German market, there will be a 19 percent value-added tax applied on ...
... The industry could be in line for a massive tax windfall with savings running to hundreds of ... to pay VAT on CD promos. The move follows an opinion given by a European Court of Justice Advocate ... -General on a long-running case between EMI and the UK tax authorities, where the record group has ...