The last two days have brought important information related to VAT and WHT obligations in Poland. We would like to assure you of the support Accace is ready to provide in this regard.
In summer 2019, the National Council of the Slovak Republic approved several significant changes in the income tax with effectiveness as of 1 January 2020. Inter alia, the changes bring new measures for SMEs, the assessment of electric cars and rules to implement the Council Directive (EU) 2017/952 as regards hybrid mismatches (ATAD 2).
Exempted from the tax shall be the supply of goods dispatched or transported by the vendor or for his account to the place of destination within the territory of a third country. In this News Flash we would like to draw your attention to this year´s judgment of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in a related case.
In the case of early termination of contracts, the question of proper assessment of agreed payments between parties for VAT purposes is quite often. In this context, we would like to draw your attention to the judgment of the European Court of Justice in a case concerning the early termination of a contract for telecommunication services with agreed a minimum commitment period.
Contrary to previous years, the year-end top-up obligation will be different in 2019. Earlier, by the end of the business year, companies had to investigate whether they are subject to a tax advance supplement (also known as top-up obligation). In this article, we are focusing on the related changes.
Starting from January 1, 2020, the micro-account will be used by taxpayers to pay their PIT, CIT and VAT. The existing accounts used by tax offices for these payments will be active until December 31, 2019. After this date, payments must be made to the tax micro-account.
The Polish Parliament has adopted an act based on which excise duty for hybrid cars will be decreased, if the Polish President signs the act.
Keeping deadlines are a must if you wish to be compliant with local legislation. Our overview of the most important upcoming tax-related dates from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, or our 2019 Tax Calendar will help you to keep track of all your obligations.
Taxpayers in Poland are expected to take part in the creation of a new register for tax purposes. The launch of the Central register of beneficial owners (or CRBR in short) is a result of the implementation of the EU Directive on preventing the use of the financial system for money laundering or terrorist financing.
Each employer from Romania has the obligation to instate a General Registry of Employees in electronic format, more widely known as Revisal, and to comply with certain reporting terms.
On September 17, 2019 the Polish Ministry of Finance published a draft law to prevent frauds and irregularities in the taxation of excise duty. The new legislation is planned to come into force in January 2020.
The obligation to adjust the deducted VAT arises to taxable person in respect of capital goods acquired or their self-generation at own expense if he changes the purpose of their use. A change in the purpose of use of investment property is also the leasing of real estate with exemption from tax.
The Polish president signed the amendment of both the VAT as well as the Tax Ordinance Acts on August 29, 2019. The amendment implements regulations on the so-called new matrix of VAT rates and binding rate information (“WIS”).
Being oriented in the maze of tax deadlines is sometimes tough – but our monthly summary is here to help! Take a look on the upcoming tax-related dates from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, or download our 2019 Tax Calendar as a Month-by-Month Calendar from here.