Regulatory Analysis


 
Posted October 5, 2022 by Kelly Muniz
El Salvador: Implementation of Mandatory E-invoicing System

The Legislative Assembly of El Salvador has recently approved Decree 487 with relevant reforms to the Tax Code, introducing the initial and general legal framework for its mandatory electronic invoicing system, for which there is currently no provision under the country’s tax legislation. The Decree defines the different types of Electronic Fiscal Documents (Documentos Tributários […]

Read More
Posted October 5, 2022 by Enis Gencer
Romania changes the fiscal inspection rules after the introduction of digitization projects

On 30 September 2022, the Romanian Ministry of Finance published a draft Government Emergency Ordinance, including various amendments to various regulations. One of the important changes envisaged in the draft GEO is regarding the rules on fiscal inspections. While the fiscal inspections are carried out on the work premises of the taxpayers’ premises, as per Article 125 […]

Read More
Posted October 5, 2022 by Kelly Muniz
Brazil: Implementation of the NFS-e Abrasf Standard in the Federal District

The Secretary of Economy of the Federal District has announced that, as of 1 November 2022, the Federal District will begin implementation of its Service Tax Management System (Sistema de Gerenciamento do Imposto Sobre Serviços – ISS), for which the Electronic Invoice for Services (Nota Fiscal de Serviços Eletrônica – NFS-e) will be issued in […]

Read More
Posted October 5, 2022 by Kelly Muniz
Argentina: New Obligation to link the E-Transport Document for Flour to Sales E-Invoice

The Argentinian tax authority (AFIP) has established the procedure for linking the electronic transport document for flour (Remito Electrónico Harinero – REH) with the electronic sales invoice that supports the operations of sale of flour and by-products derived from the milling of wheat. As recently established for the e-transport document for meats (Remito Electrónico Cárnico […]

Read More
Posted October 4, 2022 by Kelly Muniz
Colombia: E-invoice System Maintenance

The Colombian tax authority (DIAN) has informed that on 4 October 2022, from 8pm until 23:59pm, maintenance will be performed within the Electronic Invoicing System, during which period the service will be unavailable.

Read More
Posted October 4, 2022 by Kelly Muniz
Uruguay: Testing of the New Formats of the Electronic Fiscal Documents and Daily Report is now Available

The Uruguayan tax authority (DGI) has informed that Version 23.2 of the CFE Format document (electronic fiscal documents), version 13 of the Report Format document, version 15 of the Response Message Format and XSD schema version 1.42.1 are now available for testing. The new versions and their XSD schemas are published in the Functional and […]

Read More
Posted October 3, 2022 by Enis Gencer
Denmark: Detailed requirements for digital accounting systems have been published

The Danish Business Authority, Erhvervsstyrelsen, has prepared drafts for three executive orders concerning the new digital bookkeeping requirements. The below draft orders lay down the detailed requirements for digital accounting systems and rules for registration of these systems: Draft executive order on notification, registration, publication, etc. of digital standard bookkeeping systems Draft executive order on requirements for […]

Read More
Posted October 3, 2022 by Bradley Feimer
Skagway, Alaska Approves Local Sales Tax Holiday

The Municipality of Skagway passed a resolution declaring the period of October 1, 2022, through March 31, 2023, as a sales tax holiday for local purchases. The sales tax holiday applies to all retail sales which physically occur within the local and is not applicable to remote sellers. The resolution may be found here.

Read More
Posted October 3, 2022 by Bradley Feimer
Sitka, Alaska Approves Sales Tax Free Days

The City and Borough of Sitka Assembly has approved a resolution providing November 25th & November 26th, 2022. as sales tax free days. This holiday applies to all sales made within the City and Borough, except any sale of fuel, alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, marijuana, and any sale which is part of a continuing obligation […]

Read More
Posted September 30, 2022 by Victor Duarte
Spain: Law implementing mandatory B2B e-invoicing was published in the Official Gazette

On September 29, 2022, the law implementing mandatory B2B e-invoicing in Spain was published in the Official Gazette (Boletín Oficial del Estado -BOE-). Therefore, from that date, the Government has 6 months to approve the necessary regulatory framework. More information about this law is in our blog: Spanish Congress Approves Mandatory B2B e-Invoicing 

Read More
Posted September 30, 2022 by Kelly Muniz
Colombia: Government Decides to Resume the Days without VAT in 2023

The Colombian government has announced the decision to resume the Days without VAT (Días sin IVA) in 2023. Although the government had eliminated the Days without VAT implemented by the last administration, this decision has been changed and the carrying out of these days in the next year has been announced. The Colombian Chamber of […]

Read More
Posted September 28, 2022 by Edit Buliczka
Croatia: Adoption of the Euro

On 12 July 2022 a Council Regulation of (EU) 2022/1207 was issued amending Regulation (EC) No 974/98 regarding the introduction of the Euro in Croatia from 1 January 2023. A fixed conversion rate between the Kuna and Euro has been confirmed, being set at 1 € = 7.53450 kn. Based on the communication from the […]

Read More
Posted September 27, 2022 by Kelly Muniz
Argentina: E-transport document for meats must be linked to sales e-invoice

The Argentinian tax authority (AFIP), by means of Resolution 5259/2022, established the obligation to consign the number of the electronic document for the transport of meats (Remito Electrónico Cárnico – REC) in the electronic sales invoice that support the operations of sale of meat and by-products derived from the slaughter of the cattle/buffalo species and […]

Read More
Posted September 23, 2022 by David Armas
Puerto Rico Enacts Emergency Sales Tax Holiday

As a result of Hurricane Fiona, Puerto Rico has declared a state of emergency through Executive Order No. OE-2022-045. In response to this, the Treasury Department issued Administrative Declaration 22-07 which provides for a temporary exemption from the sales and use tax on “prepared foods”, “candies”, “carbonated beverages”, and “pastries”. The exemption period will begin […]

Read More
Posted September 22, 2022 by Enis Gencer
Romania Postpones the e-Transport Fines to 2023

The Romanian Ministry of Finance has announced another delay to e-transport requirements for high-fiscal risk products by issuing a draft emergency ordinance (“GEO”) on 21 September 2022. The fines had already been delayed from July 2022 to October 2022, but this time the entry into force has been postponed to January 2023. Another significant change […]

Read More
Posted September 21, 2022 by David Armas
New Jersey Excludes Sign Installation from Capital Improvement Exemption

New Jersey recently enacted P.L. 2022, c. 97 which excludes the installation of signs from the existing capital improvement sales tax exemption. Sign installers must charge sales tax to their customers on the installation of all signs beginning October 1, 2022. However, the new law allows sign installers to purchase signs and materials for use […]

Read More
Posted September 19, 2022 by Victor Duarte
Spain: Congress Approved Law Adopting Mandatory B2B e-Invoicing

According to this Law, not yet published in the Official Gazette, all entrepreneurs and professionals must issue, send and receive electronic invoices in their business relationships with other businessmen and professionals. Additionally, the recipient and the sender of electronic invoices must provide information on the status of the invoices. The Government will have 6 months […]

Read More
Posted September 16, 2022 by Enis Gencer
Greece: Recent Changes to MyDATA System

The Independent Authority for Public Revenue (IAPR) has made some updates to the MyDATA system in recent weeks, including technical and regulatory changes. The changes include the following: The Ministerial Decision A.1138/2020 was amended by Decision A. 1090/2022, which includes changes regarding the obligation to transmit data to the myDATA digital platform. As a result, […]

Read More