On 17th May 2021, the “State Action at Sea” division of the French Maritime Authorities for the Mediterranean published prefectural order n°094/2021 which, in article 1, provides for the removal of the measures inserted in article 4 of prefectural order n°238/2020 on 30th November 2020. This article provided in particular that foreign ships, flying flags...
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.
As of January1st 2021, the 19% and 7% VAT rates apply again in Germany. Germany has authorised a temporary reduction in its VAT rates. The standard VAT rate was reduced from 19% to 16% and the reduced VAT rate from 7% to 5%. This measure was in force from 1st July 2020 to 31st December...
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.
Following the health crisis (covid-19), several fiscal measures have been announced. In particular, Romania plans to issue VAT refunds without preliminary audit. Tax audits may subsequently be carried out based on a risk analysis.
In order to reduce the impact of the health crisis (covid-19), the Hungarian government has announced that VAT refunds will be made: within 30 days for small and medium-sized companies (normally 75 days) provided they are not considered to be at risk, within 20 days for taxpayers considered reliable.
In order to mitigate the effects of the health crisis (covid-19), the Estonian Parliament has adopted a bill providing a 9% VAT rate from 1st May 2020 for books and educational literature and certain press publications. However, the following are excluded from this measure and still taxed at the standard rate of 20%: publications with...
To improve liquidity for small and medium-sized businesses, the Danish government has announced that VAT payments made in March 2020 for transactions in the last quarter or half of 2019 could be refunded in the form of an interest-free loan.
Following the health crisis (covid-19), the Cypriot authorities have announced a plan to postpone the VAT payment deadline for the periods ending February 29th, March 31st and April 30th 2020 to 10th November 2020, subject to meeting certain conditions set out below: the taxable person must submit the return within the legal deadline, the amount...
Following the health crisis (Covid-19), the Austrian Ministry of Finance has announced that Intra-Community supply and acquisitions of respiratory masks will be subject to a 0% VAT rate for the period from 13th April to 1st August 2020.
Following the proposal of the EU Council to authorise Member States to reduce the VAT rate on electronic publications to bring it in line with the rate its print equivalents, the UK had taken the decision to reduce the rate from 20% to 0% from1st December 2020. However, due to the current health crisis (covid-19),...
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