The advent of the digital economy has disrupted traditional competitive market paradigms and current consumption patterns.
Digitization has changed every aspect of everyday life, erasing physical distances. Online commerce can take place either directly, through one’s website, or indirectly, through the digital channels of others (i.e., e-commerce platforms and e-marketplaces) online.
The complexity of these instruments created different rules (domestic tax systems, international and multilateral tax system).
The current legislative framework regarding direct and indirect taxes in the indirect e-commerce sector is subject to constant updates. The main issues are related to the localization of businesses operating and the concepts of consumption according to the legal categories (international, EU and national).
Our professions support economic operators in compliance within the framework and in financing decision in the digital field.
Through knowledge of civil, tax, administrative laws and accounting framework, e-IUS, with a dedicated focus team, provides clients with assistance regarding access to tax benefits and Web Tax.