Richard Cornelisse

Tax Risk Management – submitting tax relevant data to the tax authorities

In Indirect Tax Strategic Plan on 09/08/2017 at 1:07 pm
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Tax authorities are besides optimizing traditional tax reporting systems increasingly implementing in addition electronic (almost) ‘real-time’ transaction reporting systems. It is expected that tax authorities due to technological innovations become increasingly better and faster in executing their tax audit.

Complementary to the existing and more traditional tax reporting in countries like Austria, France, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain already (close) to real time data request have to be submitted and/or should be available on short notice when a tax audit is announced.

In countries like Austria, France, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain already (close) to real time data request have to be submitted and/or should be available on short notice when a tax audit is announced.

What is next?

Italy, the VAT invoices data informative reports must be filed with the tax authorities on a six-monthly starting by September 18, 2017. From 2018 the deadlines will be on a quarterly basis. For Hungary realtime invoicing is postponed to 1 July 2018. Companies need to have to solution implemented that is capable of real time data transfer by 1st of July 2018 at the latest.

It is however not clear how the tax authorities actually will analyse the data received. That might change soon as their strategy is an improved and faster tax audit including combatting VAT fraud as an overall EU priority.

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