Worldwide

VAT Reporting update 17.12.1

January 13th, 2018

Overview This release is a maintenance release of the VAT Reporting application for December 2017. It includes new reports for 2017 yearly filings and changes for 2018 and bug fixes. Main changes in Reports The following countries have been released for 2018: CY, LV, NL, SI, CZ, GR (GREZ), FI, AT, DE, EE, HU, LU, …


Worldwide

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 …


Czech Republic

Czech VAT update

February 25th, 2017

There are to be a number of changes to the Czech VAT regime which will come into force on 1 April 2017.  These include: Introduction of the anti-VAT fraud domestic reverse charge in the construction sector Inclusion of assets on finance leases in the rules on VAT for fixed assets Changes to the rule on the …


Czech Republic

Czech bitcoin VAT fraud measures

February 6th, 2017

The Czech Republic has introduced a number of anti fraud measures on the trading of bitcoins. This includes making the buyer of goods or services with bitcoin liable to VAT due if their vendors fails to pay the VAT over to the tax authorities. The imposition of such a drastic measure may still be challenged …


Czech Republic

Czech reduces VAT on restaurants

December 27th, 2016

The Czech Republic has reduced that Value Added Tax rate on food-related services from 21% to 15%.  The services include food provided in restaurants and cafes, but excludes alcohol provided as part of meals. Many European Union member states provide such tax subsidies to their restaurant and wider tourism service industries.


Czech Republic

Czech cuts newspaper VAT to 10%

December 17th, 2016

The Czech parliament has approved a reduction of the VAT rate on newspapers and journals from 15% to 10%. The change will apply from 1 January 2017. The cut is to provide a tax subsidy to an industry hit be declining sales. To qualify for the new rate, a paper must contain at least 50% …


Czech Republic

Czech VAT changes

August 11th, 2016

The Czech VAT Act has been updated at the end of July 2016. The changes include: All non-resident VAT payers will now be administered by the Ostrava tax office. This is a switch from the Prague tax office from 1 Sept 2016 Introduction of the VAT reverse charge on domestic supplies to resident and non-resident …