12/5/2023 Effective January 1, 2024, the Connecticut Bottle Deposit Fee will increase to 10 cents per container. Further information may be found here.
The Portuguese parliament has granted approval for a proposal aimed at delaying the implementation of the qualified electronic signature requirement as a method to establish the presumption of integrity and authenticity for e-invoices. Initially expected to be enforced on January 1, 2024, this requirement is dealt with again in the 2024 State Budget (Draft-law no. […]
Beginning with tax year 2023, Colorado law requires employers to provide all employees with an annual notice of Earned Income Tax Credits and Child Income Tax Credits. This week, the Colorado Department of Revenue released criteria that employers must follow when providing the EITC/ CITC notice to employees. Notice may be printed or sent electronically. If […]
12/1/2023 Effective January 1, 2024, the Colorado prepaid wireless charge on retail sales of prepaid wireless telecommunication services will be adjusted to $1.88 for the 911 charge and $0.14 for the 988 charge. Further information may be found here.
Pursuant to the Nigerian Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) Circular No. 2021/19, foreign suppliers and marketplaces providing goods in Nigeria to taxable and non-taxable persons must collect and remit VAT on their sales from January 1, 2024. The circular can be found here.
12/1/2023 Effective January 1, 2024, the Colorado Waste Tire Fee on the sale of new motor vehicle and trailer tires will decrease to $0.55 from $1.25. Further information may be found here.
12/1/2023 For the first time, a Florida Back to School Sales Tax Holiday will occur outside of the summer months. Under HB 7063, this Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday will begin January 1, 2024, and end January 14, 2024. Exempt items include learning aids and jigsaw puzzles selling for $30 or less per item, certain school […]
12/1/2023 Beginning on January 1, 2024, Oregon will impose a new 988 tax on telecommunication services. The tax is $0.40 per transaction and applies to the same services or products as Oregon’s current E911 tax. More information on the tax can be found here.
The Bundesrat, the upper house of the German Federal Parliament, has declined to approve the Growth Opportunities Act, which includes amendments to VAT law concerning e-invoicing, along with other tax measures. Germany is in the process of introducing a mandatory e-invoicing regime for domestic B2B transactions. The implementation timeline has been recently revised following approval […]
The National Bureau for Revenue (NBR) released an updated edition of the Value Added Tax (VAT) General Guide in November 2023. A VAT-registered individual or entity is now authorized to issue, retain, and manage VAT invoices, along with credit and debit notes, in an electronic format without NBR’s prior approval. Previously, the NBR had announced […]
Pursuant to Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill No. 30/2022, the standard GST rate in Singapore is increasing to 9% effective January 1, 2024. The Bill can be found here.
The Turkish Revenue Authority (TRA) issued a circular on November 29, 2023, announcing that the deadline for the creation and signing of e-ledgers and submission of e-ledgers to TRA system has been extended to provide taxpayers additional time to fulfill these obligations. Originally due on 30 November 2023, the deadline has now been updated as […]
On November 26, the Ministry of Finance published two long-awaited draft acts regarding mandatory e-invoicing via KSeF. Draft Regulation on the use KSeF, covering: verification codes (i.e. QR codes): included on the invoices sent to the buyer outside of KSeF and in the event of system or taxpayer failure to connect with KSeF (offline modes). […]
Through Resolution No. 000039-2023-SUNAT/700000, the authority grants a grace period for the non-application of penalties for infractions related to books and records related to tax matters kept electronically. The tax authority will not sanction those taxpayers who have not observed the forms and conditions related to the SIRE as well as the closure of their […]
Bizkaia: Postponement of Batuz obligations for SMEs Approved New legislation postponing the Batuz obligation for small and medium-sized companies, micro-enterprises, self-employed workers, small-sized cooperatives or non-profit entities has been approved on November 22, 2023 (Normal Foral 8/2023). The implementation timeline for Batuz obligations affecting large companies hasn’t changed, and such companies are still expected to […]
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) launched its mandatory electronic invoicing system, known as e-VAT, in October 2022. The pilot group included 50 large taxpayers. According to the 2024 Budget, the second phase will expand the e-VAT system to include an additional 600 large taxpayers, as well as more than 2000 small and medium-sized taxpayers throughout […]
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) announced on November 17, 2023, that business expenditures not supported by tax invoices generated through the Electronic Tax Invoice Management System (eTIMS) will not be eligible for tax deductions starting from January 1, 2024. All entities conducting business in Kenya, irrespective of their VAT registration status, are mandated to accept […]
SAT publishes the Instructions for filling out the Carta Porte supplement 3.0. On November 24, the SAT published the Instructions for filling out the Carta Porte Supplement 3.0 for maritime, air, rail and motor transport. http://omawww.sat.gob.mx/tramitesyservicios/Paginas/documentos/Instructivo_ComplementoCartaPorte_Maritimo_ver3.pdf http://omawww.sat.gob.mx/tramitesyservicios/Paginas/documentos/Instructivo_ComplementoCartaPorte_Aereo_ver3.pdf http://omawww.sat.gob.mx/tramitesyservicios/Paginas/documentos/Instructivo_Complemento_CartaPorte_Ferroviario_ver3.pdf http://omawww.sat.gob.mx/tramitesyservicios/Paginas/documentos/Instructivo_ComplementoCartaPorte_Autotransporte_ver3.pdf