Invoice Quick Response Codes are becoming mandatory as tax authorities digitise As part of the efforts to recover billions in lost VAT fraud and digitise tax, many tax authorities are imposing the obligation to include Quick Response Codes (QR Codes) on VAT / GST invoices.
Periodic listings of VAT sales and purchases to support VAT returns in fight against fraud Whilst the EU VAT Gap has started to reduce, tax authorities are anxious to speed-up the collections of missing VAT – both via errors and fraud. For over a decade, they have
Live retail reporting of VAT transactions to cut fraud In an effort to close the VAT Gap of missing tax revenues many European countries have introduced VAT e-registers in traditional retail and online e-commerce. These provide real-time or batch automated reports to the tax authorities of
Quick response codes and ATUD invoice ID Portugal is set impose invoice QR Code and ATCUD unique invoice ID’s from 1 January 2023 for ATCUD – a delay from the last deadline of 1 Jan 2022. This follows several delays mainly due to the COVID-19