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  • Updated due date for Italian spesometro

    The Italian authorities have extended (again) the due date to submit the Italian Spesometro return. The first semester Spesometro return for 2018 should now be filed by 30 September 2018. Respectively, the second semester 2018 Spesometro also benefits from an extended deadline, as it should now be filed by 28 February. The 28 February deadline also applies to the third quarter Spesometro return. The Italian Spesometro is a listing of all invoices received and issued that must be submitted in...
    • By Pedro MAROSAVAT
    • Published 13/09/2018 18:40
  • VAT deduction before your VAT registration in Greece

    It is now possible to deduct VAT incurred prior to a VAT registration in Greece. Foreign taxable persons who should have registered but missed this obligation can now apply for a backdated VAT registration and deduct VAT on all invoices received during the period in which the company was not VAT registered. This simplification will be slightly more complex for non-established companies, as these businesses will need to receive credit notes and new invoices including their new Greek VAT number...
    • By Pedro MAROSAVAT
    • Published 13/09/2018 18:31
  • New policy on Belgian VAT penalties

    Belgian VAT penalties have been relaxed. A notice was published with new guidelines on the Belgian VAT penalty regime. The biggest change is the full cancellation of certain penalties when all conditions are met. Going forward, errors such as late filing of ECSL returns, Annual Sales Listings or mistakes when completing your VAT return will not be subject to any penalty provided the following conditions are met: An explanatory letter is sent to the competent tax officer requesting a waiver...
    • By Pedro MAROSAVAT
    • Published 13/09/2018 18:14
  • Polish SAF-T files replace Polish VAT returns

    The Polish government recently announced that VAT returns will no longer be required.  The authorities explained that the information in Polish SAF-T files is enough to meet all periodic data requirements. In January 2018, Poland extended the obligation to report SAF-T files to all VAT registered businesses. This information is submitted in XML format  via the website of the Polish authorities. At Marosa we will be able to convert your usual transaction listing in Excel into the Polish SAF-T XML...
    • By Pedro MAROSAVAT
    • Published 16/07/2018 9:04
  • Italian e-invoicing in 2019

    Italian e-invoicing will be mandatory on all B2B transactions as from 1 January 2019. Our article To do list for Italian electronic invoices explains the steps that you must take in order to start adapting your ERP system to produce and receive e-invoices according to Italian local requirements. Contact us if you would like to receive more information about our web-based solution for Italian e-invoicing. Implementation date The new obligation is expected to be rolled out in different phases: All supplies...
    • By Pedro MAROSAVAT
    • Published 15/07/2018 22:02