As of January 1st 2023, the euro will become the official and customary currency in Croatia.
From now on, it will be mandatory for companies to display prices in both HRK (Croatian kuna) and euro in their dealings with customers (commercial documents, price lists, offers, invoices etc.).
This obligation only applies to...
As of January 1st, 2024, VAT rates in Switzerland will increase:
Le taux de TVA standard passe de 7,7% à 8,1%
Le taux de TVA réduit passe de 2,5% à 2,6%
Le taux spécial pour l’hébergement passe de 3,7% à 3,8%
This measure was approved by the Swiss people during...
Following negotiations between the Luxembourg government, employers’ representatives and trade union representatives, the government plans to sign an agreement providing for a temporary reduction in the following VAT rates
Le taux normal passerait de 17% à 16%
Le taux intermédiaire de passerait de 14% à 13%
Le taux réduit passerait de...
On April 5th, 2022, the Council Directive (EU) 2022/542 is published and amends the Directive 2006/112/EC which governs the intra-Community VAT. Among the changes adopted, a new taxation rule concerning events (conferences, congresses, training courses, etc.) given in virtual classrooms. Articles 53 and 54, for taxable and non-taxable persons respectively, provide that the supply of...
The administration has published the new form 33-10-CA3-SD for the VAT return under the normal real regime as well as the descriptive note of the new form.
As a reminder, since January 1st, 2022, with the reverse charge application, new lines have been integrated in the VAT return. The coding of the different...
The Finance Bill for 2022, provides for the amendment of Article 269 relating to the payment of VAT on the supply of goods.
Until now, VAT was payable as soon as the chargeable event (the supply) took place, even in the case of a down payment. In practice, therefore, VAT was payable as...
From 2022, the management, collection and control of VAT due on imports will be transferred to the tax authorities. This means that VAT will no longer be settled at customs and that the VAT reverse charge on import will be mandatory ! For this to happen, all companies importing goods ito France will have to register...
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...
Following the rejection of its plan by the European Commission, and after several postponements, Romania has finally cancelled the introduction of the fractional payment scheme, a scheme that has already been implemented in Italy and Poland. However, Romania still intends to develop the SAF-T (Standard Audit File for Tax) which is an international standard for...
From 1st February 2020 the split payment mechanism for VAT has been abolished. This mechanism obliged certain businesses receiving an invoice to settle the invoice they received by means of two separate transfers, one for the amount of the transaction and the other for the amount of VAT charged. The businesses concerned were those in...
As a general rule, Spanish VAT returns must be submitted and paid by the 20th of the month following the reporting period. Exceptionally, VAT returns for December and the last quarter of 2019 are due by the last day of January following the reporting period.
Paragraphs 937 to 943 of Article 1 of the Finance Act of 27th December 2017 introduced measures to combat VAT fraud, with regard to the release for consumption of fuels and or fuel derivatives from a tax warehouse. The provisions in question only concern warehouses used solely for the storage of fuels and derivative products...
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