Israel delays VAT filing and payments on COVID-19
- May 19, 2020 | Richard Asquith
19 May, March and April VAT returns and payments have been delayed from 18 May until 25 May.
24 April - a second, delayed filing and payment date has been announced for Israel. The new payment deadline for the Jan/Feb return is 18 May 2020.
23 March - The Israeli Finance Minister, Moshe Kahlon and Tax Authority Director, Eran Yaakov, have announced a 10-day deferment on Value Added Tax filings and payments. The February return due on 16 March is now due by 26 March. For bi-monthly VAT filers, the February return is now due on 27 April 2020. The VAT credit process for taxpayers and agents will be accelerated.
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The tax authorities will also be amenable to any request for further delays or assistance from businesses experiencing difficulties.
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