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Do you know your VAT rate?

Tax policy is a Member State competence with EU-level influences, which means that each Member State can introduce its own tax rates. As a result, taxation rates vary across the EU. What do you know about the situation in your country?

October, the month of Financial Education in Italy

In Italy, every year in October, the Minister of Economy and Finance organizes the month of Financial Education.

Future policies on tax avoidance and offshore wealth: what to expect?

Have you heard of the EU Tax Observatory? It is an independent research laboratory which conducts research on taxation. On 13 June 2022, the Observatory held its first annual conference in Brussels to discuss the future policies on tax avoidance and offshore wealth. Find out what happened.

PECT Balance course 2021/2022 in Cádiz, Spain

The PECT in the Cádiz Delegation continues to improve year after year.

The EU strengthens its relationship with Ukraine in taxation

The EU and Ukraine are reinforcing their collaboration. Beginning in September 2022, the Commission has signed an agreement allowing Ukraine to participate in the EU’s Customs and Fiscalis programmes. In addition, from 1 October 2022, Ukraine will join the EU-Common Transit Countries’ Convention.

Knowing better our rights as taxpayers

We all pay taxes. But when it comes to our rights as taxpayers, there is a lot we don’t know. Information is on its way, thanks to the European Commission.

Why greening taxes makes sense

Does taxation have a colour? If we’re referring to the ones that can help create a more sustainable future, then the answer is yes! The colour is green.

What young adults need to know about taxes

From university fees, first jobs and double taxation rules, read here about what young adults should expect regarding taxation.

SPAIN - The Regional Office in Valencia of the Spanish Tax Agency provides Civic-Tax Education at the ESIC Business School

The Spanish Tax Agency, within the framework of its collaboration with Spanish Universities, regularly gives lectures with the aim of transmitting to students the values of fiscal responsibility and informing them about the possibilities of Public Employment in the STA.

In Tuscany the Italian Revenue Agency explains to the students the digital services

The Tuscany regional Directorate of the Italian Revenue Agency continues to spread to the young people the value of the tax education through “AgeVolution”, an initiative promoted in collaboration with the Revenue Collection Agency.