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Global VAT Guide: January 2021

VAT News Updates

11th January 2021: An overview of VAT news from the past 4 weeks. Our global VAT guide helps businesses to stay up to date with their VAT obligations.

Hungary: real-time invoice reporting obligations extended

Due to COVID-19 the National Administration has announced a three month grace period until 31 March 2021.

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Poland: new plans announced regarding e-invoicing and SLIM VAT.

Poland has given new guidance around new measures to simplify and improve VAT Compliance.

Read the full story here.

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Saudi Arabia – plans to introduce e-invoicing announced.

On 4 December 2020, Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) issued regulations on the introduction of e-invoicing.

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United Kingdom – Changes to Intrastat and Fiscal Representation requirements post Brexit

Companies must act to ensure they are in compliance with the latest VAT obligation changes post Brexit.

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International VAT Rate Round Up

The latest VAT rate announcements and VAT rates changes that will come into effect in the coming months. We also review VAT threshold changes.

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Poland announces plans around e-invoicing and SLIM VAT

9th January 2021: Poland has given new guidance around new measures to simplify and improve VAT Compliance.

Changes to Intrastat and Fiscal Representation requirements post Brexit

8th January 2021: Companies must act to ensure they are in compliance with the latest VAT obligation changes post Brexit.

2021 EU VAT for e-commerce

6th April 2020: As of 1 January 2021, new VAT rules for e-commerce will apply and will have a big impact on all businesses involved.