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The FCE’s Journey to reality

To its detractors it is a failed experiment in legal fiat within an EU Member State, but its supporters counter […]

Why VAT claim on leased-in imports of aircraft has become a vexing issue

It’s been a slow burner but the denial of the right to deduct VAT on leased-in goods imported into the […]

The Greek Smile

Hats off to Greece! They have started the year with an announcement opening the door to foreign flagged vessels wanting [...]

NETP Charter in the UK

It doesn’t matter if you can’t say it in the lingo in the UK. NETP…Non-Established Taxable Person. Anyway, this is […]

Are you ‘established’ in the EU or the UK?

A person or business needs to be established in the UK or EU to meet several customs rules. In the EU, […]

The Article 23 License – A very sharp Dutch tool

It is only the best example of a national policy trend. But how far can it get in a customs […]

Lessons from Amadea

It was the Isle of Man, but it could have been anywhere else when VAT registration is done with intent [...]

How We’ve Misunderstood Returned Goods Relief for Yachts Entering the Med

The relief procedure can save yacht owners and EU Customs plenty of time, hassle, and money. Why have non-EU flagged […]

Substance over form

The concept of ‘substance over form’ in value added tax (VAT) allows certain rights to be exercised if the substantive […]

So, you are being investigated for tax?

Several individuals and businesses in the yachting and aviation sectors will find themselves subject to a tax investigation without there […]

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