Survey of Digital Service Tax (DST) in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand

We have dozens of clients making high 6 and 7 figures providing services online. Some are coaches / consultants while others offer digital services / products. DST or Digital Service Taxes are an increasingly important area to consider.

We really need to drive home home the importance of DST planning and compliance. Particularly when it comes to figuring out the goldilocks point / threshold where it makes way more sense to create a subsidiary within the jurisdiction.

As of February 2021, this is simplified snap shot. Remember this is not a guide. It’s a conversation starter – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vRRfj7tbOZhet_XzsWWPwBMYeR-qAV8T1DNOZP0UKBs70Q36Q1gb-YmZhflfKhEjpYzHrknSw0rg2u1/pubhtml

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