Guidance on customs provisions and tax measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All about company taxation, VAT, customs procedures, excise duties, legislation, tenders and more
Learn more about the EU’s tax and customs policies
Information for national authorities on tax and customs cooperation
All about the EU’s taxation policies and taxation rules for business and citizens.
All about EU Customs policy and customs procedures
Publicly-accessible documents in the customs and tax area.
Information about the impact of the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the EU
The Political Guidelines focus on six headline ambitions for Europe over the next five years and well beyond.
On 26 November, European Tax Administrations and the European Commission held their yearly summit (TADEUS), to address challenges and set out priorities in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Value limits expressed in Euro and corresponding amounts in national currencies for Chile, Central America, Korea, Singapore and Vietnam have been published.
The Commission launches the third cycle 2020-2021 of the EU Recognition for Customs academic programmes (Bachelor’s, Master’s, and modules within those programmes). The aim is to equip students with the optimal competencies to engage in – or further advance in – their Customs career, both in public and in private sectors. Such recognised academic programmes are expected to significantly contribute to the rise of Customs performance and professionalism.