Tag Archives: EU VAT

30 Jan

Hungarian ‘live VAT invoice reporting’ will commence July 2018

Hungary advised recently that ‘live VAT invoice reporting’ will proceed from the 1st July, 2018. The requirements relate to VAT invoices above HUF100,000.00. The timing of reporting has been tightened up since the last update, and the choice to report within 24 hours of the issuance of any invoice has been removed. Submissions should therefore

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EU VAT
25 Jan

EU VAT News

EU Member States to work collectively to stamp out VAT fraud Towards the end of 2017 the European Commission released new tools intended to make the European Union’s value-added tax system more resilient to fraud. The package comprises of numerous changes to how Member States will communicate and co-operate with one another, it will modify

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24 Jan

EU Tax News

VAT ‘Split Payment’ benefit questioned by the EU A European Commission study into the benefits of ‘Split Payments’ as a VAT collection tool, aimed at battling VAT fraud, has cast doubt on the cost / benefits. The study concludes that the administrative and technology costs of running, tracking and reporting on such a scheme would

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22 Jan

EU VAT News

VAT rate changes 2018 Below you will see a summary of the principle VAT rate changes in the European Union on 1st January, 2018. Country VAT Change Cyprus Imposition of 19% standard VAT rate on land transactions for business use Latvia Introduction of Super Reduced 5% VAT rate Norway Reduced VAT rate increased to 12%

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19 Jan

EU update on VAT rules for eCommerce businesses

The EU has recently declared new rules to help eCommerce businesses simplify how they account for VAT. These new rules apply to businesses selling both goods and services on a B2C basis and are intended to effect business at various stages up to 2021. They are part of the EU’s ‘Digital Single Market’ strategy. According

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EU VAT
09 Jan

EU Tax News

MEP’s back new anti-dumping rules The Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have backed in support of new rules on dumping and subsidised goods from outside the European Union (EU). Dumping ensues when goods are sold into a foreign market at below the usual market rate in the exporter’s domestic market. Countries can retort by

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