From 1 July 2018 VAT registered businesses in Hungary will be required to immediately report any B2B domestic sales invoices they raise of at least 100,000 HUF (300 EUR) to the tax authorities. Continue reading
The Advocate General (AG) has opined that the principles of EU law do not preclude national legislation from assessing a taxpayer, who is presumed to have under-declared VAT, for unpaid VAT by means of estimating that taxpayer’s likely revenues based on studies of comparable taxpayers within the same economic sector. However, the national courts must ensure that principles of law, such as the right to challenge the basis of assessment, are respected (Fontana (C-649/16)). Continue reading
What’s the problem?
Being in control of your VAT data is becoming more crucial than ever. Continue reading
Section 67 of the Finance Act, 1994 (the FA, 1994) deals with the valuation of taxable services for the purpose of levy of service tax. Further, the Service Tax (Determination of Value) Rules, 2006 (the Rules) were also issued, to specify inclusion or exclusion of various amounts in the value of taxable services. Continue reading
The tax authorities have always disputed the claim of post-sale trade discounts (cash or quantity discounts) claimed by the taxpayers on the ground that the said discounts were not linked to any sale invoices. Hence, claim of deduction towards such discounts from the sales turnover were disallowed. Continue reading
Carousel frauds have recently become a hot topic in Eastern Europe. Tax authorities investigate hundreds of cases and suspicious schemes also based on information received from the VAT control statements. Continue reading
As businesses, we’re living in a world, which is becoming increasingly globalised, with the adoption of more and more VAT and other indirect taxes. Tax authorities are requesting more detailed transactional information than ever before – and more quickly. Continue reading