The reduced VAT rate of 9% is applicable until February 28, 2023.
As the temporary reduction of the VAT rate has not been extended, as of February 29, 2023, the 13.5% rate will once again be applicable.
The list of French airlines who meet the conditions of Article 262 II 4°, and exempted from attestations to their suppliers to benefit from the VAT exemption, has been updated on September 7, 2022.
Under Article 262 II 4° of the General Tax Code, are exempt from VAT: the supply, processing, repair,...
The Irish government has announced in a press release the extension of the reduced VAT rate of 9% applicable to the tourism and hospitality industry until February 28, 2023. The following are affected by the application of the 9% rate: Hotels and tourist accommodation Cinemas, museums, amusement parks Some printed materials, brochures, flyers, programs and...
The Bulgarian administration has announced that the application of the reduced VAT rate of 9% is extended until December 31, 2022 for the following goods and services:
Restauration et traiteur
Livres et autres publications
Services en lien avec l’utilisation des installations sportives
Aliments pour bébés et jeunes enfants, couches pour...
Until September 30th 2021, a 5% VAT rate had been applied to hospitality services (provision of sleeping accommodation in hotels, hostels, etc.) in order to boost the hotel industry economy following the impact of the health crisis (COVID-19). Since 30th September 2021 and until 31st March 2022 a reduced VAT rate of 12.5% applies to...
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
Due to the current health crisis (COVID-19), Germany has announced that it is extending the reduced VAT rate of 7% on food in bars and restaurants until 31st December 2022. The reduction was planned to finish on 30th June 2021.
Due to the current health crisis (COVID-19) some sectors of the economy have been heavily impacted. Austria has therefore decided to apply a 5% VAT rate to the gastronomy, culture and publishing sectors from 1st July to 21st December 2020.