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European Commission Survey on SME Taxation

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Startup Overseas has been asked to circulate this survey.

VVA Europe is carrying out a study on behalf of the European Commission (DG Enterprise and Industry). The objective of this important study is to assess the impact of the current fiscal provisions adopted by EU Member States on SMEs in comparison to larger enterprises. In particular, the Commission requested VVA Europe to focus on the impact of corporate income taxation.

In order to provide a full picture of the topic and obtain a comprehensive understanding of the current situation in several European Member States, VVA Europe Ltd is conducting a number of discussions with key stakeholders.

Startup Overseas has been asked to circulate the survey, which can be accessed here. The survey is addressed at tax experts and tax advisers. The online questionnaire will remain open until the minimum number of responses will be reached. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Pierpaolo Perna (

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