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    Portugal B2G E-Invoicing Rules Take Effect in January – Reflecting a Larger Trend for Tax

    Europe’s oldest country has become the newest European Union (EU) member to embrace electronic invoicing. While the rules currently apply only to business-to-government (B2G) transactions, recent shifts by other EU members, such as Italy, raise the question of whether Portugal will become the next EU country to move to much broader e-invoicing requirements for value added tax (VAT).

    Pass or Fail: How Will European Online Sellers Fare on this Post-Wayfair Quiz?

    Here’s a pop quiz for tax professionals in Europe-based companies that sell online to consumers in other European Union (EU) countries: If your company’s online sales exceed a country’s annual revenue threshold for distance selling, does your company need to register for value added tax (VAT) in that country?

    Why Wayfair Matters to Europe’s Remote Sellers

    When it comes to the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent Wayfair decision, online sellers based in Europe and beyond would do well to heed this advice: “Click it or Ticket!”

    U.K. Moving Toward Digital Taxation

    Britain wants to abolish tax returns. Back in 2015, the government announced it would spend more than £1 billion to transform Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) into one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world.

    Real-Time Digital Reporting is Really Hungary

    The digital taxation trend is gaining even more momentum. Hungary’s tax authority has settled on new rules that require “real” real-time value added tax (VAT) invoice submissions for certain transactions, using XML messages. The rules are expected to be formally finalised in mid-April and then slated to take effect 1 July.

    EU VAT Management

    Last autumn, the European Commission unveiled a package of proposals detailing its plans for an all-encompassing reform of its VAT rules that have been in place for 25 years.

    Beware of Brexit Burnout

    Article 50. The divorce bill. A comprehensive FTA. Rights of UK nationals in the UK. Hard and soft exits. Exit implementation. Fishing rights... Do your eyes glaze over when you read the latest update on the Brexit negotiations?

    Real-Time Taxation Update: VAT Reporting gets Real (-Time) in Spain

    Ready or not, real-time taxation is here, or, at least, something very close to real-time. Spain’s new VAT legislation, the Suministro Inmediato de Información (SII), which went into effect in July, requires some taxpayers to submit invoice data for both sales and purchases in XML format within four days of certain transactions.

    VAT Trapped in the Cracks

    As value added tax (VAT) gains popularity among global jurisdictions, countries with long-established VAT systems confront a growing challenge: the so-called “VAT gap.” The phrase refers to the shortfall between expected revenue from the tax and the amount actually collected. Tax executives within multinational corporations (MNCs) ought to monitor how jurisdictions address this gap.

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