In July 2023, the French authorities postponed the implementation timeline. A new timeline will be announced with the adoption of the finance law for 2024.
When your organisation trades cross-border, regular changes to the regulatory landscape are a given. Whether those changes are brand-new requirements in a country where you do business or the evolution of existing legislation, you must be ahead of the developments to remain compliant.
With global tax authorities continually making progress with their digitization strategies, the e-invoicing revolution continues at speed.
In this quarter’s instalment of our VAT Snapshot webinar, Kelly Muniz and Enis Gencer from Sovos’ Regulatory Analysis and Design team, will look in detail at anticipated changes in countries with emerging digital strategies and discuss updates to some of the more established regimes.
They will cover:
- The introduction of continuous transaction controls (CTCs) in Israel and Malaysia in 2024
- Expected developments in Spain, including the Bizkaia Batuz mandate effective from January 2024
- Latest developments in e-invoicing in France and the role of Partner Dematerialization Platforms (PDP)
Join our 30-minute update on 13 July for the latest news, and for an opportunity to put your questions to our speakers.