ECJ passes a positive judgment on VAT settlement of intra-Community acquisition of goods and import of services
The European Court of Justice held that regulations restricting ICA neutrality were inconsistent with the VAT Directive.
On 15 February 2021, the Ministry of Finance issued a general ruling on the VAT effects of transactions made using fuel cards. The ruling applies to situations where one of the entities (leasing provider, parent company) provides fuel cards to another entity, while not being their issuer.
Effective from 1 July 2020, the tax scheme reporting regulations (MDR) were amended upon the Act of 28 May 2020 amending the corporate income tax act, the act on goods and services tax, the act on tax information exchange with other states and some other acts (Journal of Laws of 2020 Item 1106; hereinafter: “Amending Act”).
Transfer prices have recently been a topic of much interest for tax authorities, and the legislator keeps amending, expanding and elaborating on the existing regulations. Starting from 1 January 2021, taxpayers must adopt new rules for transactions with tax havens, TPR filings and publication of tax strategy reports.
The Act amending the SLIM VAT legislation has been passed is now awaiting the President’s signature and promulgation in the Journal of Laws. It comes into force on 1 January 2021. The Act sets forth, without limitation, new rules for recognizing negative correction invoices by the seller and the buyer.