Luxembourg VAT credits in coronavirus pandemic
- May 15, 2020 | Richard Asquith
15 May - suspension of VAT penalties for late returns has now been ended.
Update 28 April, the Luxembourg tax authorities has suspended penalties on all delayed filings.
Update 17 April - Intrastat deadlines for February to June 2020 have been moved back by upto two weeks.
Update 9 April: Businesses may now apply for postponement of VAT payments stretching back to the start of the COVID-19 crisis. The applicant must show financial difficulties due to the situation.
Update, 19 March: The Luxembourg Ministry of Finance has confirmed speedy refunds of VAT credits due to businesses on balances below €10,000. No fines will be levied for late filing of VAT returns until further notice.
This is designed to help taxpayers experiencing credit issues as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
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