Category: Value Added Tax

Vietnam E-invoicing Roll-Out in July 2022
Electronic Invoicing

Vietnam: E-invoicing Roll-Out in July 2022

During the last decade, the Vietnamese government has been developing a feasible solution to reduce VAT fraud in the country by adopting an e-invoice requirement

Turkey Expands Scope of E-Documents (1)
Electronic Invoicing

Turkey Expands Scope of E-Documents

Towards the end of 2021, the tax authority in Turkey published a draft communique that expands the scope of e-documents in Turkey. After minor revisions,

Value Added Tax

What is a VAT Health Check?

At Sovos, our consultants are the leading experts in cross-border tax, saving both time and money for our customers. In this episode of the Sovos

Brexit One Year On - What Do We Know
Value Added Tax

Brexit One Year On – What Do We Know?

The Northern Ireland Protocol regarding goods moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland continues to cause problems, leading to calls to suspend it via Article

The Rise of E-Transport Documents
Value Added Tax

The Rise of E-Transport Documents

The number of continuous transaction controls (CTC) jurisdictions worldwide is increasing at a high speed. What’s equally interesting to note is a parallel development: countries

Eastern Europe The Rise of CTCs
Electronic Invoicing

Eastern Europe: The Rise of CTCs

In a blog post earlier this year, we wrote about how several Eastern European countries have started implementing continuous transaction controls (CTC) to combat tax fraud and

Mexico Carta Porte 2.0
Value Added Tax

Mexico: Carta Porte 2.0

On 1 May 2021, the Mexican tax administration (SAT) enacted a new requirement via the new Bill of Lading Supplement (locally known as Complemento de