Regions: EMEA

E-INVOICING EXCHANGE SUMMIT LISBON FROM SEPTEMBER 26 TO 28, 2022
Electronic Invoicing

E-INVOICING EXCHANGE SUMMIT LISBON FROM SEPTEMBER 26 TO 28, 2022

We are pleased to be sponsoring the upcoming E-Invoicing Exchange Summit which will take place in Lisbon from 26th to 28th September. Come and meet our team in the plenary and hear from our respected expert, Christiaan van der Valk, during several sessions throughout the event. Join us for the networking dinner at the end of conference day 1 and get to know our team better. We look forward to seeing you there.

IPT

IPT: Navigating Location of Risk Rules

Accurately determining Location of Risk is the basis of correct insurance premiums and an important step to preventing financial penalties or reputational damage. Let’s not forget the possibility of

Tax Compliance

VAT Reporting and SAF-T: EU Developments

Businesses face increasingly complex VAT reporting requirements as European governments continue digitizing their tax systems. New digital requirements that differ across jurisdictions are constantly being

Colombian E-invoicing Latest Mandates
Electronic Invoicing

Colombian E-invoicing: Latest Mandates

The Colombian tax authority (DIAN) has concentrated heavily on expanding its electronic invoicing regime over recent years. The DIAN introduced the first schedule for mandatory

Romania Extends SAF-T Filing Grace Period
Tax Compliance

Romania Extends SAF-T Filing Grace Period

Update: 30 November 2022 by Charles Riordan ANAF Reverses Position on Grace Period Extension Romania SAF-T Filing declarations are changing. The draft order extending the

Italian Transfer Pricing Adjustments and VAT
Value Added Tax

Italian Transfer Pricing Adjustments and VAT

In Italy, the discipline of transfer pricing states that in intra-group transactions between entities from different countries, where one is resident in Italy, transactions must

European IPT Prepayment Guidelines
IPT

European IPT Prepayment Guidelines

There are some countries across Europe where declaring and settling insurance premium tax (IPT) and parafiscal charges on time is not enough to prevent late