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28/10/2022 | WHITEPAPER
Stay ahead of the latest changes in VAT Compliance in Europe and quickly adapt to the upcoming results of the EU Fiscalis workshop. Gain a deeper understanding of TAX compliance and how it will impact your company. This guide provides deep analysis on VAT compliance across Europe and gives some recommendations for VAT reporting, e-invoicing and SAF-T.
10/06/2021 | SOLUTION SHEET
From 1st July 2017, the Immediate submission of VAT Information (SII) is the new VAT management system based on the electronic filing of the Tax Register books to the Tax Agencies resulting in a quasi “On the fly” delivery of the sales and purchase invoices to the tax administration.
10/04/2021 | SOLUTION SHEET
In Portugal, the tax department requires companies to generate standard files to facilitate the collection of tax data, as a support for the tax declarations of the taxpayers and/or for the analysis of the accounting records or other fiscal records.
10/03/2021 | SOLUTION SHEET
Poland introduced the Standard Audit File for Tax (SAF-T) since 1st July 2016 for large companies. It became compulsory for all taxpayers on 1st January 2018. SAF-T Poland is also known as “Jednolity Plik Kontrolny” (JPK).
10/02/2021 | SOLUTION SHEET
Standard Audit File for Tax (SAF-T) is a new electronic XML-based reporting standard for tax, VAT and accounting in Norway. The Ministry of Finance decided that SAF-T would be voluntary until January 1, 2020, at which point it will become mandatory to deliver the SAF-T format for all bookkeeping entities (i.e. subject to the Bookkeeping Act).
24/08/2020 | VIDEO
As a result of the pandemic, regulatory, tax compliance is becoming more complex more Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) than ever; governments are continuing to digitalise their tax compliance processes at both a global and country level. Learn more about the latest trends in digital tax compliance in Europe: SAF-T requirements, real-time VAT reporting and e-invoicing obligations.
23/04/2018 | SOLUTION SHEET
All companies who are VAT registered, achieve a minimum target revenue, and have operations listed in countries such as – Portugal, Poland, Spain, Luxembourg, Norway, or in countries that will be enforcing SAF-T mandatory requirements – will be required to submit local SAF-T reports at a strictly set timeline to the country’s tax administrators.
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