- The European Parliament has released a report proposing amendments to the VAT in Digital Age (ViDA) initiative.
- The proposed amendments aim to ensure clear and proportionate rules for VAT collection.
- The amendments suggest extending the deadline for e-invoice issuance and near-real-time reporting.
- The implementation of e-invoicing and near-real-time reporting may be extended by at least one year.
- The deemed supplier rules are proposed to enter into force in 2026 instead of 2025.
- The Parliament recommends exemptions for small or non-profit undertakings and supplies not subject to VAT.
- The Parliament suggests further studies to prevent VAT fraud in the single VAT registration system.
- The European Parliament emphasizes the importance of a fair legislative framework and advocates for extended deadlines.
- The European Council’s opinion on the latest proposal is yet to be determined.
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