Taxable under the Personal Income Tax Act (PITA) are the incomes from all sources acquired by the taxable person during the tax year, with the exception of the incomes which are non-taxable under the law.
From the beginning of 2021, the deadline for filing annual tax returns (ATR) for corporate tax (until March 31) has been changed, and the new deadline is now from March 1 to June 30. The same applies to the deadline for payment of corporate tax, which has been changed by 3 months and is now until June 30.
The deadline for paying tax on expenses has also been changed by three months and is now until June 30.
The change in the deadlines optimizes the preparation of the annual tax returns of the companies and improves the process of annual accounting closing. Systematic and predictable consistency in the fulfillment of the obligations for declaring and submitting information to the National Revenue Agency is also achieved. Continue reading “Changes in the deadlines for filing annual tax returns (ATR) and for publishing annual financial statements (AFS)”
As of the end of the transition period (31 December 2020), the EU rules in the field of VAT, and in particular Council Directive 2006/112/EC of 28 November 2006 on the common system of value added tax and Council Directive 2008/9/EC of 12 February 2008 laying down detailed rules for the refund of value added tax, provided for in Directive 2006/112/EC, to taxable persons not established in the Member State of refund but established in another Member State, no longer apply to and in the United Kingdom. This has in particular the following consequences concerning the treatment of taxable transactions of goods and VAT refunds:
I. VAT RULES FOR CROSS-BORDER SUPPLIES OF GOODS