VAT news tagged as "Blacklist"


Changes to Italy’s filing frequency

July 4th, 2017

Law Decree 193, which was passed by the Italian Government back in October 2016, is now fully in effect. Under the Decree, the filing frequency of the transactional report in Italy, which replaces the former Spesometro, has been changed from annually to quarterly (bi-annually for 2017). Below is a summary of the 2017 changes. Quarterly …


Italian VAT filings changes

January 16th, 2017

Update 12 Jan 2017: Italy has ratified (Law Decree 193) to introduce extensive new VAT filing requirements from 1 January 2017. Quarterly VAT returns There is a new requirement for quarterly VAT filings. Currently VAT registered businesses only make monthly or quarterly VAT payments without supporting filings. The reporting deadline, whether VAT is due monthly or …


Italy reduces countries on Blacklist VAT reporting

April 5th, 2015

Italy has withdrawn a number of countries from the ‘Blacklist’ of states for which it requires additional reporting. Any Italian VAT registered business, resident and non-resident, must produce a regular report on transactions undertaken with a business resident in a Blacklist country. The latest countries to be removed from the list are: Malaysia, Singapore and …