As mentioned in one of our previous news posts (VAT News in Romania), the Romanian National Tax Agency (ANAF) has announced that, from January 1st 2022, large companies will be required to file an SAF-T document (informative declaration D406). The ANAF has recently published several documents (orders and technical documents) including the timetable for implementation...
For the period from 1st November 2020 to 31st August 2022, the following transactions are subject to the 9% reduced rate: Catering (excluding alcohol, soft drinks and bottled water) Hot food take aways, hot tea and coffee Hotel, guest house, caravan or camping bookings Tickets to cinemas, theatres, musicals, museums, art galleries or exhibitions
You may remember that the Romanian National Tax Agency (ANAF) announced that from January 1st 2022, large companies will be required to file an SAF-T document (D406 informative declaration). The ANAF had planned for a three-month grace period allowing large companies to file the January, February and March SAF-T document by April 1st, 2022. They...
The European Directive 2006/112/EC (article 219a and 224), allows for a purchaser to issue the invoice (self-billing) where there is an agreement between the supplier and the purchaser and if each invoice is accepted by the supplier. Where self-billing is applied, invoicing shall be subject to the rules in the Member State in which the...
Since 1st January 2020, all suppliers or subcontractors eligible for direct payment of contracts with the French State, local authorities and institutions (B2G) must send their invoices in electronic form. The 2020 Finance Act has provided for an extension to electronic invoicing regulations for business-to-business (B2B) transactions. The entry into force of these measures, initially...
The Italian tax authorities have made a new tool available, allowing sellers to audit and control supplier/customer information provided they have an Italian VAT number. By entering the Italian VAT number of a supplier/customer into this tool, the operator obtains the following information: status – active, suspended (in case of a business lease), discontinued The...
By Ministerial Order on VAT n°2021-574 on August 3rd 2021 published in the Official Monaco Newspaper, the authorities in Monaco have amended article A-128 J of the Turnover Tax Code for Monaco. From now on, companies established outside the European Union wishing to apply for a refund must submit their application electronically via their fiscal...
The Romanian National Tax Agency (ANAF) has announced that from January 1st 2022, large companies will be required to file a SAF-T document (D406 informative declaration) It would appear that a three-month grace period is being granted to large companies. In concrete terms, the SAF-T documents for January, February and March 2022 must be filed...
On August 13th 2021, the French tax authorities updated the Official Public Finance Bulletin (BOFIP) to reflect the changes brought about by the One Stop Shop reform, which came into effect on July 1st 2021. This update provides practical clarifications on implementing the reform as well as details and specific local regulations. For more information...
Depuis le 1er juillet 2021, il est nécessaire dans certains cas pour les sociétés immatriculées à la TVA au Portugal de disposer d’un logiciel de facturation électronique certifié (voir actualité récente sur le sujet). A decree dated 27th July 2021 (Despacho No. 260/2021-XXII) clarified that “PDF invoices shall be considered as electronic invoices for all...
Following the One Stop Shop reform that came into force on July 1st 2021, impacting the various player in the e-commerce chain (e-sellers,marketplaces, dropshippers etc), the tax and customs authority (autoridade tributária e aduaneira) has issued a series of circular letters: Ofício Circulado N.º: 30238 2021-06-25 : regarding regulations for e-commerce and distance selling; Ofício...
As part of implementing the split payment system in Poland, the Polish tax authorities published the white list of taxable persons on 1st September 2019. Among other things, this list includes the bank account numbers provided by the taxable persons implicated by this obligation, i.e. companies making sales (B2B) of more than PLN 15 000...
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