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Romania – SAF-T document 2022 – timetable for implementation of measures

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...
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5 October 2021

Romania – SAF-T Document 2022 – Grace Period Extended

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...
Country Briefs
20 September 2021

France – Electronic Invoicing Reform Postponed

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...
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17 September 2021

Romania – SAF-T documents mandatory by 2022

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...
Country Briefs
18 August 2021

Portugal – Updates on electronic invoicing in Portugal

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...
Country Briefs
18 August 2021

Poland – SAF-T Implementation Postponed

Poland has once again postponed the replacement of periodic VAT returns with the SAF-T (Standard Audit File for Tax), an international standard for the electronic exchange of data from organisations to a national tax authority or external auditors. From 1st April 2020, the new regulations should only apply to companies with more than 250 employees...
Country Briefs
20 July 2021

Romania – E-Invoicing Clarification

Romanian tax authorities have confirmed that they hope to have the SAF-T in effect by the end of 2020. The SAF-T (Standard Audit File for Tax) is an international standard for the electronic exchange of data from organisations to national tax authorities or external auditors.
Country Briefs
20 July 2021

Hungary – Real-time Reporting Threshold Removed

From April 2020, the Hungarian National Tax and Customs Authority (NAV) will require all taxpayers to use the XML version 2.0 of e-invoices in their online returns. A new XML (V2.0) has been made mandatory. Incoming invoices will be available on the NAV portal After 1st July 2020, all transactions between taxpayers established in Hungary...
18 July 2021

Poland – Reporting Obligations in Poland

The Polish Ministry of Finance has announced that VAT-registered taxpayers will no longer have to file both VAT returns and the SAF-T(Standard Audit File for Tax), an international standard for electronic data exchange, at the same time. From April 2020, taxpayers declaring a turnover of more than PLN 50,000,000 (approximately EUR 11 million) will only...
Country Briefs
18 July 2021

Hungary – Extension of the Real Time Billing Scheme

Currently, all companies involved in B2B sales in Hungary, with a VAT amount exceeding HUF 100,000 (approximately $320), must declare their invoices to the Hungarian tax authorities at the same time as they issue the invoice to their customer. From 1st July 2020, the threshold of HUF 100 000 will be abolished. As a result,...
16 July 2021
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