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Avoiding the Post-1 May Blues

 
Paul Barnes KPMG's Chief Operating Officer for Tax Services for Central and Eastern Europe takes a practical look at what still needs to be done by and after 1 May
 
Many readers at this time may be confident that they have made the necessary amendments to their businesses to ensure that they have adequate systems in place to comply with the new invoicing trade and statistical reporting requirements on the EU accession date. Many will have set up internal project teams some time ago allocating resources from a headquarters level to deal with the taxation customs and other legislative changes that have taken place throughout their organisation in the run-up to 1 May 2004. Many will have formulated communication plans and conducted training not only within the EU accession countries...
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