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15 Jan

getsix® Szczecin office and amavat® succeed in achieving ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certificate

getsix Group are pleased to announce that our office in Szczecin, along with amavat® our VAT Compliance service for Online Sellers have achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certificate. This now completes all our offices Wrocław, Poznań, Warsaw and Szczecin in having this ‘Information Security Management’ certification. getsix® understands the importance in having continuous improvement across the whole

12 Feb

Hungary has introduced a VAT cut for internet access

Hungary has confirmed the plans to cut the value-added tax rate on internet access services to 5%. This move comes notwithstanding the fact that the measure could be in breach of EU law, as such services are not included in Annex III of the EU VAT Directive, which sets out a preventive list of those

08 Feb

Bulgaria increases there Intrastat Reporting Threshold in 2018

Bulgaria as of the 1st January, 2018 increased the ‘Intrastat Reporting Thresholds’ for both arrivals and dispatches. Arrivals threshold will be greater than before, increasing from BGN 410,000.00 to BGN 430,000.00 (approximately €220,000.00), with dispatches threshold being increased from BGN 240,000.00 to BGN 260,000.00 (approximately €133,000.00). Additionally, the statistical thresholds will also be raised. This

07 Feb

The EU Council issues its VAT priorities for 2018

The Presidency of the Council of the EU, which is held in Bulgaria for the first half of 2018, has issued its priorities for indirect tax. These comprise of: Implementing the Norwegian agreement on administrative co-operation on VAT; Approving a long-term minimum standard VAT rate for all Member States; Settlement on the four simplifications for

01 Feb

Belgium adopts the ECJ’s position on unfinished invoices

Belgium has implemented the recent ECJ jurisprudence regarding the right to subtract VAT on invoices with missing details. On the 12th October, 2017 the authorities published a circular letter 2017/c/64 summarising their clarification of recent ECJ decisions concerning the conditions under which a taxable person may exercise their right to subtract VAT in cases of

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