These are the general rules for the Vat taxation of intra-EU services in accordance to the Bulgarian Value Added Tax Act (VATA).
The intra-EU goods supplies are subject to special rules. Here is the VAT taxation procedure for some of the most common intra-EU services provided:
General intra-EU supply taxation rules
The general rules for this type of supplies are listed in Chapter 5 Taxation of intra-community supplies of VATA (articles 51 to 53). Continue reading “VAT on intra-EU services”
Advance payments are a key component of the Value Added Tax Act (VATA) in Bulgaria, due to the fact that they have a direct relation to the VAT charging obligation and with the tax credit deduction rights. Here is a short overview of the types of advance payments and their relationship with invoice issuance as well as the rights for tax deduction for advance payments and the deposits made as such payments: Continue reading “Advance payments in accordance with VATA”
In accordance with the 2006/112 EC directive from 28.12 2016 issued by the EC for the adoption of a common VAT taxation system among member states, there are set rules for issuing invoices and for the harmonization of the tax laws related to VAT including the specific requirements for their contents and conditions for issuing in Bulgaria. Any tax registered supplier is obligated to issue an invoice for the supply of services or goods for an advance payment received except for the cases when the supplies are documented otherwise.
A person who is registered under VATA for taxable supplies can take advantage of the right for tax deduction only when the services and goods provided are used for the purposes said by the registered person. Continue reading “Required documentation and reporting in compliance with the Value Added Tax Act (VATA)”