More Countries Jump On ‘Netflix Tax’ Bandwagon

September 4, 2015
Emma Ogutu

Tax authorities around the world are quickly coming to the realization that if they want to continue to capture tax revenues on the goods and services their residents consume, they better start looking to the cloud.  Full article in the Forbes.  

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