Croatia raises VAT registration threshold

January 5th, 2018

The Croatian Ministry of Finance announced a rise in the VAT registration threshold from 1 January 2018. The current annual threshold rose from HRK 230,000 to HRK 300,000. Any resident business providing taxable services above this amount will have to VAT register and charge and remit local VAT.  Non-resident businesses will have to VAT register …


Avalara VAT Reporting content updates 01-06-2017

June 1st, 2017

Spain – VAT Reporting SII – Now available In this release, we have added the functionality to support the Spanish SII system of “Immediate Supply of Information” which comes into effect from the 1st July 2017. It applies to large companies, VAT Groups and members of the REDEME scheme and the tax authority has a test service …


Croatia VAT changes

December 24th, 2016

Croatia has moved a number of changes to its VAT Act to come into effect in 2018. These include: The VAT rate will be cut from 25% to 24% from 1 January 2018 The VAT registration threshold for resident companies will be raised from 1 January 2018 to HRK 300,000.  The threshold for non-resident companies …


Croatia VAT changes

November 9th, 2016

Croatia is to make a number of changes to the VAT law, as follows: The VAT rate will be cut from 25% to 24% in 2018 VAT rate on restaurant services will rise from 13% to 25% from 1 January 2017 The annual VAT registration threshold will rise to HRK 300,000 from 1 January 2018 …


Croatia cuts VAT 2018

October 27th, 2016

Croatia is to reduce its standard VAT rate from 25% to 24% from 1 January 2018. In addition, it will combine its existing two reduced rates (5% and 13%) to a single rate of 12%.  Croatia last raised its standard VAT rate from 23% to 25% in 2013 ahead of its entry into the European …


Croatia VAT registration changes

January 30th, 2015

The Croatian VAT registration requirements for non-resident entrepreneurs have been updated recently. Foreign or non-resident traders providing a taxable service in Croatia will now be required to inform the tax authorities and submit a VAT registration application within 8 days of starting local activities. Previously, the limit was 15 days. Once sumitted, the business will …


Croatia drops annual VAT return

December 8th, 2014

Croatia has announced that there will be no further requirement to file an annual VAT return. Croatian VAT returns are generally filed on a monthly basis. If the taxable supplies fall below HRK 800k, then quarterly returns are required instead. The exception to the latter rule is taxable businesses entering into EC cross-border supplies who, …