The VAT treatment of vouchers from 2019 is bound to stir up still water. Vouchers and coupons have long been among the most important marketing tools in commerce. In recent years, the intention to introduce a uniform, EU-level treatment has been in the news several times. It seems now that the time has finally come and changes are just around the corner!
Mazars’ newsletter on VAT standards and legislation. We would like to introduce you to the introductory issue of the Mazars CEE VAT Alert, in which we will regularly inform you about the main news in the VAT legislation of CEE countries.
Taxpayers still have time to find alternative solutions for online invoicing! - Mazars Tax Newsletter 2018/15
On 1st July the real-time data disclosure went live in Hungary. But some of the enterprises are still not ready with the necessary IT background. The good news is that the Tax Authority will wait until the end of July.
Even though there is less than a week left before real-time data disclosure goes live, some of the enterprises are still not ready with the necessary IT background.
In the middle of June, tax bills have been submitted to Parliament: on the one hand, a voluminous, 182-page-long omnibus bill (proposed act no. T/625), and on the other hand, the draft of the brand new separate act on the social contribution tax (T/627).
Less than one month to go until real-time data reporting obligation comes into force! We arrived to the point of no turning back: the related decree has been published by the Hungarian Ministry of Finance!
Until now, economic operators generating revenue not exceeding HUF 100 million from advertising did not have to pay an advertising tax or satisfy any related administrative obligation either.
There are less than 2 months left until the start of real-time data supply obligation! It is important to pay attention to what we supply to the Tax Authority.
BEPS – yet another substantial international step to counter aggressive tax planning - Tax Newsletter 2018/9
In just a few months, the large-scale international tax convention will enter into force as a result of which “all of a sudden” thousands of bilateral agreements for the avoidance of double taxation may be changed worldwide.
In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number of companies that could be affected by the use of the so-called income (profit) minimum rule of the Corporate Income Tax Act.