Italy VAT filings update
- EU VAT
- 7 July 2017 | Richard Asquith
Following the introduction on quarterly VAT returns and invoice listing, the Italian tax authorities have provided additional guidance on reporting. Including:
- Corrections to filed returns may be carried out by e-submission
- Quarters with no transactions do not require VAT submissions
- For split payments, only the vendor need declare the net, taxable amounts
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