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It's impossible to generalize a question like that because it entirely depends on the tax laws of the countries in question. It's possible that you only need to pay taxes to country C while it's also possible that you need to pay taxes in countries A, B and C. In most cases there are tax treaties between the countries that simplify things, but that doesn't ...


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It will depend on the specifics of the tax treaties between the countries involved. If you haven't established a tax residence in any country since leaving country B, you are likely still going to be considered tax resident there. I would start by contacting an accountant in your current physical location who deals with expats from country B and see what ...


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Having reviewed relevant EU legislation, the answer, though surprising, seems to be: Place of Supply of Service is Germany (place where the painted wall is located), according to article 45 of Council Directive 2006/112/EC. Thus applicable rate is German rate payable to German authorities. There is no small business exemption, despite this being a one-off ...


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Which VAT rate is applicable and how do I pay it to which country? German - you provide services locally and physically in germany. You need to register with the german VAT authorities for that. There are exceptions if you run a quite small invoice you STILL invoice it in Austria. There is basically a limit per year per country under which you can use your ...


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