To keep the VAT or not to keep the VAT

Connell, Alan
November 2000
Cabinet Maker;11/17/2000, Issue 5214, p6
Trade Publication
Outlines the consequences of the final verdict on the value-added tax (VAT) case involving furniture retailer Primback, which deals with goods sold on interest-free credit in the European Union. Primback's arrangement of financing for goods purchased by installments; Debate over which category of VAT is involved in the transaction.


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