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...
From 1st January 2020, the VAT registration threshold in Germany will be increased from EUR 17,500 to EUR 22,000 All domestic companies exceeding the EUR 22,000 threshold must register for VAT and submit their VAT returns. Non-resident businesses cannot benefit from this threshold and must register for VAT, if necessary, from their first taxable transaction.
The Dutch tax authorities will issue a new Dutch VAT number to sole traders registered for VAT in the Netherlands. From 1st January 2020, this new VAT number must be used for Intra-Community transactions. The previously issued Dutch VAT number will become invalid from 1st January 2020. For other forms of business, the current Dutch...
France has recently updated the list of countries outside the EU that do not have to have a fiscal reprensentative in France when a taxable person established in the country carries out taxable transactions in France. The countries added are: – Antigua and Barbuda; – Armenia; – Bosnia and Herzegovina; – Cape Verde; – Cook...
The tax authorities have recently announced that taxable companies established in the UK, who carry out taxable transactions in France and are required to register for VAT in France, will not be required to appoint a Fiscal Representative in France.
The Italian tax authorities have recently clarified that taxable persons can only deregister and cancel their VAT number if all tax obligations resulting from purchases and sales have completed, for example, payments and the issue of invoices.
From 1st January 2020, the VAT registration threshold of BGN 50,000 for non-resident companies carrying out taxable transactions in Bulgaria will disappear. Non-resident businesses will therefore have to register for VAT, if necessary, from their first taxable transaction.
From 1st January 2020, the VAT registration threshold in Austria increases from EUR 30,000 to EUR 35,000. All domestic companies exceeding the EUR 35,000 threshold must register for VAT and submit their VAT returns. Non-resident businesses cannot benefit from this threshold and must register for VAT, if necessary, from their first taxable transaction.
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