EU law is changing the face of taxation in the European Union.
Although direct tax has not been harmonised within the European Union, EU law lays down certain principles that domestic tax rules have to comply with. Where they conflict, EU law overrides domestic law. It is clear that EU law is becoming increasingly relevant to all businesses that operate cross-border within the EU.
It can be hard to keep up to date with the pace of developments and to understand the impact that new EU legislation or court decisions may have on your business. KPMG has set up an EU Tax Centre to help you understand the implications of EU tax law and how it can help your business. This centre and our network of advisers are dedicated to following and analysing these developments and turning them into value for clients.
Find out more about the KPMG EU Tax Centre