There are really useful pieces being written by any number of folk affected by this, from taxation and accountancy experts to online traders in different fields attempting to make sense of this, and often finding new reasons why it’s such a nightmare.
However, if you don’t happen to be reading the right Twitter Feed or Facebook timeline, it’s all too easy to miss them.
The main web focus of the campaign is now the EU VAT Action website where those of us who’ve come together to fight this are posting updates, answers to FAQs, resources and advice on effective action. Please do check it out.
One of the most important things is the survey EU VAT Action is conducting, to gather hard data on the problems people are facing, to put before the EU and UK authorities. Please complete the survey and have your voice heard.
Please feel free to add further links (with brief explanatory notes where relevant) in Comments.
Enterprise Nation on the background to Issy Zinaburg’s online petition Please do sign the petition and publicize it to friends and family since this will affect customers too.
Savvy Mums Business Website article, raising the issue of people being pushed back onto welfare benefits. Bear in mind that 80% of the recently self-employed are women.
How VATMOSS is the end of small enterprise in Britain – and how we can change it from Heather Burns, web design & ecommerce law expert.
EU VAT Changes 2015 – What You Can Do? further explanation and practical recommendations for actions.
Rachel Andrew also has her own round up of links and current information. Grab a tea or a coffee and settle in…