Michaela Merz


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Turkey – Introduction of e-delivery note as of 1 of January 2018


After the successful transition to e-invoicing, e-archiving and e-bookkeeping in Turkey, the Turkish Revenue Administration recently has published a new regulation for e-Delivery Note aiming to ease tax transactions as well as increasing the transparency. It’s also expected to have a positive effect on efficiency of logistic processes. Continue reading


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Romania – Update on split payment introduction as per 1st of January 2018


Referring  VAT split payment  the Romanian Senate has approved and further on passed on the amended law related to the VAT split payment system to the Deputy Chamber (i.e. the second institution within the Romanian Parliament that has decisional powers in fiscal matters). Continue reading


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Romania – Update on VAT split payment


Referring to the information on VAT split payment in Romania I would like to update you as follow:

This week the Romanian senators from the Budget Finance Committee discussed and proposed some amendments related to the VAT split system. Continue reading


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Breaking news von Sandra Ragaz: Pharmaceutical rebates – opportunity for VAT savings


The ECJ AG in the case of Boehringer Ingelheim has been handed down on 11 July 2017 (please find he CJEU case C-462/16 here: Link).

In that regard we have excellent breaking news and a VAT saving opportunity on (mandatory) rebates that companies have to render for the supply of pharmaceuticals. Continue reading


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Turkey – Electronic Transformation


Turkish Tax Authorities have an ambitious plan to shift paper obligations to electronic format.

Tax Authorities have made clear that there is no time to lose in the implementation of their ambitious electronic transformation plan. Continue reading


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Turkey – mandatory e-invoicing and e-bookkeeping as from 1 of September 2013


The scope of the optional e-invoicing arrangement that was first introduced in Turkey in 2010 has recently been extended and made mandatory to a group of taxpayers. These include companies that hold a mineral oil license, produce or import goods subject to Special Consumption Tax (similar to Excise Duty) and companies that already using e-invoicing when supplying goods or services to other businesses that benefit form the application. Continue reading