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Exploring The EU VAT E-Commerce Reforms

Liz Armbruester, Avalara’s senior vice chairman of world compliance, discusses the latest EU VAT e-commerce reforms and their affect on companies and customers worldwide.

This transcript has been edited for size and readability.

David D. Stewart: Welcome to the podcast. I am David Stewart, editor in chief of Tax Notes In the present day Worldwide. This week: VAT replace.

On July 1 the European Union’s sweeping reforms to the worth added tax took impact. The adjustments, which most notably have an effect on on-line purchases in some EU member states, had been delayed six months as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.

How are companies within the EU reacting and adjusting to those new VAT guidelines? How will the reforms have an effect on clients in each Europe and america?

Right here to speak extra about that is Tax Notes authorized reporter Kiarra Strocko. Kiarra, welcome again to the podcast.

Kiarra Strocko: Thanks, Dave. It is nice to be right here.

David D. Stewart: You have been masking this concern for Tax Notes. May you inform us some background on why these reforms happened and their significance?

Kiarra Strocko: After all. The VAT e-commerce package deal was adopted by the EU Council in December 2017 with the purpose of lowering administrative burdens affecting intra-EU commerce whereas additionally lowering VAT fraud. These new guidelines additionally purpose to position EU and non-EU companies on an equal footing, which promotes honest competitors.

As you talked about, the principles had been initially supposed to return into pressure on January 1, however, because of latest challenges this 12 months, they had been postponed to July 1. These guidelines are important as a result of they replicate the rise in cross-border e-commerce and can affect most companies around the globe.

The brand new measures embrace a rule that can make on-line marketplaces that facilitate cross-border gross sales chargeable for accumulating and remitting tax on deemed provider transactions. Additionally, their kinds remove the VAT exemption for the import of low worth items, so now all items imported to the EU are topic to VAT.

These new guidelines are crucial as a result of below conventional guidelines, companies that offered on-line items wanted to register an account for VAT within the member state of the patron when the gross sales exceeded a sure threshold. However now companies can register and file VAT in a single member state.

David D. Stewart: Now, you lately spoke with somebody about this. Are you able to inform me about your visitor and what you talked about?

Kiarra Strocko: I spoke with Liz Armbruester, who’s a senior vice chairman of world compliance operations at Avalara. She offered perception into the nuances of the EU VAT system and the general results of the adjustments that had been applied. We thought it was attention-grabbing that the EU VAT system was final up to date in 1993 and now these VAT adjustments are occurring amid the slowdown of the pandemic and talks for an settlement on a two-pillar international tax reform plan.

We additionally mentioned the why behind the VAT reforms, its potential to shut the e-commerce VAT hole, and the general VAT hole within the EU of €140 billion that was reported in 2018. We additionally targeted on the implications for giant and small companies and whether or not non-EU and EU companies are really ready six months later to deal with the brand new adjustments.

It was good as a result of Liz offered examples of when on-line marketplaces might grow to be the deemed provider and apply the change to totally different enterprise situations. She additionally offered an outline to the VAT One-Cease Store (OSS) and the Import One-Cease Store (IOSS) system, and mentioned classes discovered from the Mini One-Cease Store (MOSS) that was launched in 2015 and addressed any challenges we would face forward.

David D. Stewart: All proper. Let’s go to that interview.

Kiarra Strocko: Welcome to the podcast, Liz. It is so nice to have you ever right here. What an ideal time to be discussing EU VAT reforms and their implications with the brand new guidelines coming into pressure firstly of this month. It is the calm earlier than the storm doubtlessly from an implementation perspective.

Liz Armbruester: Thanks, Kiarra. Nice to be right here with you immediately and speaking about this actually important change that’s going to affect quite a lot of sellers across the globe.

Kiarra Strocko: Because of among the EU VAT reforms just like the introduction of the VAT One-Cease Store scheme, EU firms are actually allowed to declare and pay VAT in a single member state. What implications does this have for e-commerce sellers? Does this imply that some sellers will now be put at a drawback?

Liz Armbruester: I feel it is an ideal query, and I feel saying, “Hey, hear, we have not had this important of a change in overhaul since 1993,” actually speaks to the implications of how briskly commerce is altering. It is taken the EU reforms and the regime a little bit of time to select up the tempo, acknowledge that, and actually get all people again on a stage taking part in discipline.

However after we take into consideration the One-Cease Store and the Import One-Cease Store, generally referred to as OSS and IOSS, you will need to acknowledge initially that while you hear these phrases, that is truly not what’s creating the disruptions themselves. Proper? These are the strategies. These are the instruments, if you’ll, that sellers will have the ability to make the most of to assist simplify the adjustments which might be coming because of the reforms that go in to impact on July 1.

After I take into consideration that previous to July 1, one factor, initially, that involves thoughts is the space promoting thresholds. Proper? These existed and had been mainly in impact to require international firms to VAT register as soon as they exceeded a promoting threshold particular to that nation, which ranged. They had been $35,000 to perhaps all the best way as much as $100,000.

Starting the primary of July, the VAT package deal truly withdraws these distance promoting thresholds. Cross-border sellers should cost the VAT fee of the client’s nation of residence on the very first sale and remit it to the international tax authorities. On first look that appears like, “Wow. That is an enormous compliance burden for sellers. They should exit and VAT register in all places that they are promoting.”

However the reform package deal says, “Nope. We’re truly going to create some simplification there.” That appears like an extension of the one VAT return. It’s that one-stop store to e-commerce, cross-border promoting, distance promoting of products. That replaces that obligation to VAT register in each nation the place the sellers are making gross sales to EU customers. It creates, once more, a simplification, and that current obligation to register in all of the nations is then eliminated. That is an enormous change.

Kiarra, this may be actually difficult for sellers to try to take up. I feel a key name out right here, and also you highlighted it within the introduction, is to essentially take into consideration who this is applicable to and what transaction varieties actually fall below that OSS and IOSS simplified scheme.

The primary one is business-to-consumer [B2C] gross sales of products shipped throughout the EU, after which there’s business-to-consumer gross sales of products shipped from exterior the EU. In case you have these B2C gross sales shipped from throughout the EU, that is once more the place the advantages of OSS come into play. In case you have B2C items shipped from exterior the EU, that is the place IOSS comes into play. It makes it simpler to register and remit VAT.

One key callout, if you happen to fall into that latter class, you are exterior the EU, it’s a must to think about the need of an middleman, and that could be a consultant established in an EU state. It is sort of just like fiscal rep necessities that exist in lots of EU member states immediately. I do not know if there are any U.Ok. sellers doubtlessly listening, however there are some actual issues proper now with whether or not that middleman applies to U.Ok. companies or not. So, simply to key callout to these of us which might be nonetheless working by way of whether or not that applies or not.

However final, and an apart sort of from OSS and IOSS, there’s one different piece of consideration with this reform that can affect sellers, and that’s round deemed market. These reforms, after all, hit the primary of July as nicely. On this specific scenario, {the marketplace} deemed provider guidelines apply to a market which might be established exterior of the EU, or they’re bringing items into the EU.

Underneath these guidelines, the marketplaces will probably be chargeable for dealing with the VAT reported for gross sales made by third events on their platforms. It is quite a lot of change all supposed to do the issues that you just talked about, which is scale back fraud and create the extent taking part in discipline as nicely. However for companies, even with the fashions of simplification, it might nonetheless be a heavy elevate.

Kiarra Strocko: One other main change is that now, such as you mentioned, on-line marketplaces that facilitate cross-border gross sales will probably be chargeable for accumulating and remitting that on deemed provider transactions. May you present us with a brief overview of this transformation and any implications of this from a non-EU perspective?

Liz Armbruester: Certain. Completely happy to. {The marketplace} deemed provider guidelines apply to marketplaces which might be established exterior of the EU or bringing items into the EU. Underneath the principles, the marketplaces are going to be chargeable for dealing with the VAT reporting for gross sales made by third events on their platforms.

As soon as that market is decided to be the deemed provider, the sale that occurs between the vendor and the client in impact is now handled as two separate transactions for VAT functions. The primary half seems to be like the vendor promoting the products to {the marketplace}. It is the only solution to clarify it. That turns into a business-to-business tax exempt sale and no EU VAT is due.

The second a part of the transaction is when {the marketplace} sells the products to the client, and that turns into a business-to-consumer sale with {the marketplace} now being chargeable for accumulating the VAT that is due primarily based on the client’s nation of residence. Sort of that vacation spot sourcing concept that quite a lot of of us within the U.S. are nicely versed on.

This is an instance, simply to sort of assist cement that for the viewers. If a U.S. service provider is promoting items to a French and a German buyer by way of an internet market previous to the reform, the vendor must be VAT-registered in France and Germany as a way to cost the 20 % VAT to the French buyer and 19 % VAT to its German buyer.

Efficient first of July below the brand new guidelines, the vendor turns into mainly the underlying provider and the facilitating market turns into the deemed provider. They buy the products from the vendor. They resell them to the EU buyer. They accumulate the VAT. They report the sale by way of both the native VAT registration or the one EU import OSS for these gross sales.

What’s essential for the marketplaces is, after all, they should hold detailed data of these sellers’ transactions to point out that the VAT has appropriately been accounted for. They should electronically preserve these data for 10 years per the principles.

Additionally, I feel essential is {the marketplace} won’t be held answerable for underpaid VAT if the vendor fails to offer the right data required for the VAT calculation, and the facilitating market can fairly present that it wasn’t conscious of the error.

There’s some actually essential nuances to guarantee that the vendor takes care of on this two-part transaction in the event that they’re promoting items by way of {the marketplace} and deem provider is the methodology that is used.

Kiarra Strocko: Thanks a lot, Liz. That looks like a really complicated a part of the brand new guidelines. It looks like companies are genuinely making an attempt to remain compliant. Do you suppose they have been given the satisfactory sources to facilitate a clean implementation? I do know the fee has issued explanatory notes and has offered detailed outlines on the adjustments, however is that this sufficient?

Liz Armbruester: Nicely, I feel primarily based on the variety of companies which might be compliant immediately, I might say it is a heavy elevate for companies. I feel the instruments are there with the simplification of how do you report.

But when we return in time and take into consideration the truth that these reforms modified the best way that companies bill a buyer, when and the way they calculate the tax, and never solely how they remit it, it is, like I mentioned, an enormous elevate for companies to attempt to determine the right way to do. They should set that right tax calculation, and that may be a change inside their system immediately.

For importers who did not have an import threshold, who now do and have the mannequin of IOSS to have the ability to facilitate these imports of low worth items, they now have this obligation that they should calculate tax on the level of sale. Once more, that is totally different.

It is laborious to say whether or not they have the instruments in place or not as a result of it does return all the best way up the provision chain to the time limit the place the transaction occurs. It isn’t nearly when the enterprise has to exit and report their transactions.

Setting tax calculations to be correct. No. two, making certain the pricing of the accuracy of the net items for these sellers who will probably be below the obligations of IOSS. These sellers, once more, should cost the VAT on the time of the transaction. Getting that fee proper on a country-by-country foundation, they might have the instruments of their system to try this immediately. They may not from a how-do-you-do-it perspective across the guidelines.

Sure, I might say they’ve the instruments to do it, however the precise implementation of that for a enterprise may very well be actually, actually powerful.

Downstream of that, have they got the instruments to grasp the reporting necessities? Have they got the fashions to have the ability to consolidate transactions and get that information the place it must be? I might largely say sure, however it’s a heavy elevate.

I might go on to say that I feel perhaps for some companies which might be on the market, the affect may very well be that the complexity of those guidelines might information them to a spot of claiming, “Hey, I do not even need to promote into the EU any longer due to the complexity.” I am not saying that is a lot of companies, however I do suppose it is a consideration as a result of not solely is it complicated to grasp, however the precise prices to do it.

Should you return to my instance of it’s a must to get the tax fee proper on the time limit that you just’re doing the sale, there is perhaps some compliance prices there. There is perhaps a elevate for that enterprise to make sure that they will get these proper charges completed. If these compliance prices are too excessive, it may not make sense for that enterprise to proceed with these sorts of gross sales.

If that checkout course of would not embrace the correct value and so they get it fallacious, the client on the finish of the day, who’s now within the EU, would possibly face extra prices. They may refuse the product. The enterprise now has to cope with a return. In some circumstances, some sellers may not need the executive problem for these direct gross sales. Perhaps these companies would possibly select to solely promote by way of marketplaces.

Your query, I feel, can go in so many various instructions. As I’ve simply mentioned, it actually relies on the angle. I feel the principles, sure. The understanding, I feel we’re getting readability. I feel the implementation of that for a lot of companies can truly be fairly powerful and it may take a while for companies to get compliant.

That is not in contrast to what occurred in america with regard to Wayfair. It is taken some time for companies of all sizes, not simply the small ones, however for a enterprise of any dimension to truly be compliant with the brand new financial nexus.

Kiarra Strocko: Thanks, Liz. Completely. Do you may have any suggestions for companies, particularly smaller ones? You had been speaking about compliance prices and the burdens, and when you’ve got any perception on what may very well be helpful for companies to make the most of on this state of affairs.

Liz Armbruester: Nicely, surely. I imply this stage of elevate for companies of any dimension might be important. And simply the handbook nature of making an attempt to cope with tax complexity appears a bit bit loopy to me while you’ve obtained digital know-how that may work in your favor.

There are a number of automated options that may deal with your entire VAT compliance life cycle, together with the registrations, calculations, and reporting, and companies can definitely profit and faucet into that. I feel know-how on this specific occasion is known as a good friend to enterprise. It turns into an integral part to assist companies not simply get compliant, however stay compliant.

As a result of that is one of the vital difficult nature I consider tax in and of itself is that it isn’t static. It should change simply as a lot as this reform is consultant of that. There will probably be explanation why we’ll see tax reform sooner or later. We all know that there are upcoming adjustments that can affect future gross sales into the EU. So, once more, leveraging automated options, leveraging know-how to assist a enterprise not simply get compliant, however stay compliant with future adjustments can actually be a major elevate.

Why I feel that is so useful for this time period is for the explanations that I had said earlier than. Companies should handle the checkout course of now in a manner that they very possible have not needed to do beforehand for these low worth items which might be being imported into the EU. You need to guarantee that a enterprise can get these taxes calculated precisely as a result of on the finish of the day, in the event that they do it fallacious, not solely have they got a compliance concern, however they may have a buyer satisfaction concern. That is what drives enterprise. They need to guarantee that they’re retaining their clients, they’re promoting extra, et cetera, et cetera. In the event that they put that in danger, then they have a complete totally different concern to cope with apart from simply ensuring that their tax compliant.

Kiarra Strocko: Talking of know-how, I like that time you made about how the One-Cease Store and Import One-Cease Store are the strategies and instruments that sellers will use. I used to be questioning if you happen to foresee any technical points arising or any issues within the transmission of that returns and again paid through the safe communications community?

Liz Armbruester: Yeah. Any time that new know-how is available in into play, we is perhaps topic to a bit little bit of disruption and a bit little bit of normalization across the processes. That may be mentioned of actually any know-how; the best way wherein that it is applied, it is used, the info is transferred, et cetera. There is perhaps a couple of bumps within the highway, however I feel the extra that we see adoption improve, we start to see these points begin to clean out.

You are going to see a fast adoption, I feel, over the course of the subsequent six months with increasingly more companies coming on-line to do that. I feel these cut-off dates the place we have got technological points or problems with other forms, the place the enterprise would not totally perceive the right way to be compliant, not to mention the right way to use the know-how in and of itself for the reporting mechanism. I feel these will clean out.

With the establishment of any web new change comes even some unexpected points. It will take a bit little bit of time to work by way of these.

Kiarra Strocko: Yeah. That is actually attention-grabbing. Are there any classes to be gained from the implementation of the non-obligatory VAT MOSS  scheme?

Liz Armbruester: I feel once more, as you consider it from the federal government’s perspective, the adoption fee, proper? It is how clear can we be with the knowledge with the change? How straightforward can we make it for companies to truly undertake? In idea, typically you possibly can think about sitting in a room with a bunch of individuals, you provide you with an thought and you are like, “Yeah, this sounds actually easy.” However in practicality, the implementation of it typically might be actually powerful. I am not simply speaking about tax right here.

I feel alongside with that, what quite a lot of companies and the federal government noticed was on paper it seems to be actually good, however in practicality, perhaps we had some unexpected hurdles. A few of these have been labored by way of as they expanded MOSS into OSS and IOSS, and that got here across the data share. How a lot data was accessible on the market? How a lot lead time was accessible? As we mentioned, there was a little bit of an extension right here for identified causes.

However I feel all of that led to getting the phrase out and serving to companies perceive how they are often compliant and using instruments that actually in impact truly can do the issues that the EU reform was supposed to do. What I do not suppose anyone but fully has wrapped their arms round is simply how lengthy it may take.

I imply, once more, if I flip again to {the marketplace} facilitation legal guidelines, now we’re on the third anniversary of Wayfair. I might think about that most individuals mentioned in June of 2018 that it might take in all probability a 12 months, perhaps two, to get a big margin of our companies on-line and being compliant. I do not suppose that anyone anticipated even on the third 12 months out from Wayfair that there is nonetheless a major variety of companies who aren’t compliant.

I feel that is perhaps the case right here. I feel the expectation of how briskly companies will comply in all probability will not meet the expectations of what the governments would love. I feel they’d prefer it to be sooner. I feel it may take a bit bit longer. However I do suppose that once more, some classes discovered alongside the best way have helped facilitate that.

If companies might be out-leveraging know-how to assist them get on board with these adjustments, after which sort of future-proof, if you’ll, the subsequent spherical of adjustments that can occur and hold them compliant as their enterprise grows, they’re going to be in higher form.

Kiarra Strocko: Completely. One other massive change was to remove the VAT exemption for the import of low worth items. The €22 VAT exemption successfully allowed sellers to below declare the import worth of products. My query is: Do you suppose this was a sensible transfer to remove the low worth consignment VAT exception?

Liz Armbruester: Let’s have a look again first to reply that query. What did it appear like on previous to July 1? As you mentioned, any package deal worth beneath €22 would have handed by way of customs with out the gathering of import VAT or customs duties. From the EU’s perspective, I feel that exemption inspired noncompliant merchants to misrepresent the worth of their shipments to keep away from inspection to get the packages by way of. Now, objects of any worth must be subjected to import VAT and inspection, however that elimination, the abolishment of that threshold does create disruption for sellers which have benefited from that low worth consignment exemption beforehand.

That is why IOSS obtained launched. We will abolish the edge. It’d inflict a bit little bit of ache, however this is the treatment for that. July 1, that imported sale of consignments that do not exceed €150 will probably be liable to import VAT at checkout as an alternative of on the buyer’s level of import. Sellers or facilitating marketplaces do have that means to make use of the IOSS return to report these transactions.

As a result of they do not should undergo the inspection course of, I do suppose total it’ll push extra companies to be compliant. It is simply getting over that first hurdle of, “OK. How do I’ve to register? Do I would like an middleman? After which how do I do that on a month-to-month foundation?” Somewhat little bit of ache upfront for these sellers, however in the long term, I feel it truly will profit them.

Kiarra Strocko: My subsequent query is on the why behind these reforms. One other goal is to fight abusive VAT practices and tax income losses. What affect would possibly the VAT reforms have on closing the e-commerce VAT hole that was reported at roughly €5 billion and the general VAT hole within the EU of €140 billion that was reported in 2018? Or are there different points at play right here that weren’t essentially addressed within the new guidelines?

Liz Armbruester: Nice query. To begin with, I feel that the purpose is to fight fraud. I feel it is also to spice up cross-border on-line commerce. We talked about at first of this interview the truth that commerce has modified. How we promote, to whom we promote, the principles that we had in place had been previous. They weren’t reflective of the brand new commerce mannequin that we’ve, the brand new enterprise fashions that we’ve immediately, together with drop delivery and web gross sales, and even how we promote merchandise which might be on the market like throughout social media. All of that has led to adjustments in cross-border commerce.

The factor of leveling the taking part in discipline, after all, must be thought-about right here as nicely, the place brick-and-mortar shops had been going through a special panorama in competitors with the distant on-line gross sales. When you consider it from a enterprise’s perspective and the atmosphere wherein they’re promoting, I do not suppose anyone actually has got down to be intentional about being fraudulent and never compliant.

I feel that the best way the principles have been created, once more, aren’t reflective of how companies promote immediately. I do suppose that this reform will drive important change in compliance and in the end in combating fraud as a result of the methodology that they’ve used aligns to how companies go to market.

If that is the thought course of, then companies can pretty simply see — I would not go as far as to say simply see — how they are often compliant as a result of there may be complexity there. However I feel it aligns with how they go to market, and subsequently, have an improved alternative and elevated probability at actually getting it proper and remitting the tax obligations precisely and well timed to the tax authorities the place they’re due.

If the consideration of the EU had gone a special route the place it actually was not nicely aligned to how companies go to market, whether or not that is by way of market, by way of e-commerce, by way of the consideration, after all, of brick-and-mortar, I feel it would not be as efficient at combating fraud. However as a result of they’ve taken that actually into consideration, I feel the probabilities of lowering the numerous VAT hole that exists, has existed over the previous a number of years, will see a optimistic change.

Kiarra Strocko: Completely. That sort of leads me to my subsequent query about some statistics that had been within the fee’s affect evaluation. They mentioned that the brand new VAT guidelines would cut back compliance prices by 95 % for firms promoting items remotely to a number of EU nations and can elevate €7 billion yearly in VAT income. I used to be questioning if you happen to thought that these statistics had been bold or are these numbers attainable?

Liz Armbruester: Nicely, once more I feel the reply is from the angle of the enterprise. There’s, after all, my perspective as nicely. As I look out throughout the enterprise panorama, perhaps for smaller companies a discount of prices? I do not know. We talked about the truth that some sellers may even see this as too burdensome and the compliance prices being too excessive. It will not make sense for them to proceed to do the kind of gross sales that they do immediately.

They danger not having the instruments in place, perhaps not with the ability to ship the extent of buyer satisfaction that they need to. That simply could also be an excessive amount of for smaller companies. I feel total while you take a look at the panorama of medium and enormous, the place companies are promoting and to whom, and the place their compliance prices are going to return from, I do suppose truly that in the entire the fee ought to come down. 

The reforms’ intention is to scale back the compliance value and scale back compliance obligations total. Should you can restrict the variety of registrations, restrict the quantity of reporting that in the end has to occur. Sure, I might say that whereas it is perhaps a bit bit bold, I do suppose that over time these compliance prices will come down.

However as I mentioned earlier, I feel there is a little bit of a elevate that we’ve to recover from first. It is a climb, after which it’s kind of of a downhill, and subsequently, total I feel that the fee for many companies must be a bit much less whereas additionally selling commerce into and throughout the EU.

Kiarra Strocko: Thanks, Liz. That is nice perception. For the reason that guidelines had been applied firstly of July, I assumed it might be applicable to debate how we arrived at this efficient date. Do you suppose that the delay within the implementation dates from the January 1 date was needed for member states? I do know that there appear to be a various diploma of how laborious the pandemic hit totally different EU member states and the U.S. as nicely. Do you suppose that this was a needed and welcomed setback, so to say?

Liz Armbruester: Yeah, I feel I might say for many companies’ perspective, the delay was in all probability welcome. When you consider the general affect of the pandemic, it was totally different for each enterprise. Some dealt with a bit bit higher than others. Some struggled to even keep in enterprise. Having a really important tax reform hit them — and for all the explanations we have talked about with value of compliance, understanding the principles, et cetera. Yeah, I feel it was a little bit of a welcome breath of contemporary air to say, “I’ve obtained six extra months earlier than I’ve to go make sure that I am compliant with these adjustments.”

I feel additionally fairly frankly, it truly gave a little bit of time for among the member states to offer some clarification. To some extent, we’re nonetheless engaged on that clarification.

As I discussed, particular to the U.Ok., if there have been U.Ok. sellers right here listening, I feel it is essential while you speak about whether or not they want an middleman or not, a few of these guidelines are nonetheless being labored out.

I feel not solely perhaps was it a little bit of a reduction for the companies to have that delay, however I additionally suppose typically in some regard, among the member states’ governments truly wanted a bit bit extra time to guarantee that that they had agency insurance policies, pointers, et cetera, to make sure that companies knew how they may very well be compliant with these new guidelines.

Kiarra Strocko: Thanks, Liz. Now, I’ve to ask this query. There’s a lot consideration on the OECD’s efforts to reform worldwide company tax guidelines to deal with the digital economic system. Talking of VAT work, do you suppose the OECD’s work within the VAT area has been profitable? May they name its VAT work a win no matter whether or not nations can agree on pillar 1 and pillar 2?

Liz Armbruester: I’ll have to say no to reply that query as a result of I haven’t got information on that.

Kiarra Strocko: I actually respect your time immediately. It was such a pleasure getting to speak to you about all these very, very attention-grabbing and essential subjects.

Liz Armbruester: Thanks. It was a pleasure to be right here.


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