Author: Ramon Frias

VAT Transitional Systems in the EU

Total Control: Three Ways Global Tax Administrations Are Cracking Down on VAT Liability (Part III: Transitional Systems in the European Union)

April 27, 2017, 3:00 am EDT in Blog, Value-Added Tax

In this conclusion to our three-part series on how tax authorities in VAT jurisdictions are using e-invoicing to control the VAT return process, we’ll look at some of the transitional systems E.U. governments are leveraging prior to or in lieu of mandating ex-post remittance/validation or ex-ante/real-time invoice validation.Governments are reporting...

Total Control: Three Ways Global Tax Administrations Are Cracking Down on VAT Liability (Part II: Brazil)

Total Control: Three Ways Global Tax Administrations Are Cracking Down on VAT Liability (Part II: Brazil)

April 18, 2017, 3:00 pm EDT in Blog, Value-Added Tax

In this article, we turn our focus to the second and most widely used system - ex-ante and real-time invoice validation.In our previous blog, we began discussing how certain tax administrations are implementing new processes to ensure VAT compliance. These tax authorities, of course, want the money they are owed...

Agencia Tributaria - Spain Tax Authority

Total Control: Three Ways Global Tax Administrations Are Cracking Down on VAT Liability (Part I: Spain)

March 21, 2017, 12:00 pm EDT in Blog, Value-Added Tax

In part I of this three-part blog series, we examine how Spain is implementing electronic invoicing to better control the VAT return process.Over the course of the last decade, there has been a huge shift in the way countries collect value-added tax (VAT). Tax revenue agencies are no longer waiting...