VAT records requirements for sellers, deemed supplier marketplaces and Intermediaries for on-demand VAT audit requests –SAF OSS XML schema The One Stop-Shop (OSS) and Import One Stop-Shop (IOSS) VAT returns were introduced in the EU on 1 July 2021 as part of the e-commerce package.
EU VAT Directive amendments for Single VAT registration, digital reporting requirements (e-invoicing) and digital platforms VAT role due November The European Commission has confirmed that details of major reforms to the VAT regime will be published on 16 November 2022. These reforms, known collectively as
No fines for late payments for non-residents due to pan-EU IT issues on new One Stop-Shop returns The Finnish tax office, Verohallinto, will not be issuing late return notices or imposing penalties for late payments on One Stop-Shop VAT returns between March and September 2022.
New distance selling single VAT filing figures highlight initial success The EU Directorate-General for Taxation confirmed new and updated revenues from the EU e-commerce package reforms introduced from 1 July 2021. This included new data on the Import One Stop-Shop regime, plus first numbers from
Withdrawal of €22 low value consignment exemption and new IOSS return success; 8,000+ IOSS registrations; Council backs VAT in the Digital Age further reforms The European Commission has confirmed that EU member states have collected €1.9 billion between July and December 2021, the first six
New guidance on cross-border €10,000 registration threshold; distance selling; registration and invoicing; marketplace deemed supplier France has issued new guidance on the implementation of the EU e-commerce VAT package which came into effect from 1 July 2021. This follows a public consultation in the Autumn.
How non-VAT registered UK sellers can use OSS for Northern Ireland – EU sales The UK’s HMRC has issued updated guidance on Value Added Tax reporting of B2C sales from Northern Ireland to EU under the new One Stop-Shop single VAT return. This new guidance
The UK’s HMRC has updated its guidance on the distance selling obligations for goods being sold from Northern Ireland to consumers in the EU. This reflects the EU e-commerce VAT package of 1 July 2021, and how that works given NI’s dual status in the
Can the definitive VAT system or other reforms close fraud gap? The European Parliament has reviewed a range of measures to close EU VAT Gap – the difference between forecast VAT revenues versus actuals. This was as a formal European added value (EAV) assessment, to