On 10 October 2017 the senators decided to return the proposed amendments to the budget finance committee for a week to clarify the effective impact of this measure on the Romanian State Budget (in case the system will be applied only to a limited number of companies and not in a generalized form). Continue reading
As part of the VAT action plan as launched on 7 April 2016, the EU Commission announced a legislative Proposal for the Definitive VAT system for Cross Border EU Trade. This proposal introduces the cornerstones of the Definitive VAT system for Cross Border B2B EU trade. Continue reading
The new VAT split payment system requires all VAT payers (including non-residents registered for VAT purposes in Romania) to use a bank account dedicated to all VAT-related incoming and outgoing amounts (for transactions carried out on the Ro territory) in respect of all their VAT-bearing transactions. Continue reading
As of 1 July 2018 all taxpayers are required to report to the Hungarian tax authority certain data regarding invoices that are issued by invoicing software and have a VAT content of at least HUF 100,000. Such reports will have to be made electronically, through an online connection, using a specific XML file format. Continue reading
Based on the latest World Bank’s “Doing Business” report Polish tax system is one of the most complicated and complex systems within the EU. In general, significant time investment is needed to fulfill tax obligations in Poland.
Polish legal provisions are often not formulated in clear way. Continue reading
On 21 September 2017, the European Commission (EC) issued a Communication (non-binding, strategic policy paper) on the taxation of the digital economy. The Communication will serve as a basis for further discussion among EU leaders at the Tallinn EU Digital Summit of 29 September. Continue reading