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PORTUGAL: ATCUD and QR Code Postponed?

PORTUGAL: ATCUD and QR Code Postponed?

In August, Ordinance No. 195/2020 which regulates the requirements for the creation of the two-dimensional bar code (QR code) and the unique document code (ATCUD), referred to in paragraph 3 ...
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Norwegian Government has introduced several emergency measures earlier this year. The services previously subjected to the reduced VAT rate of 12% were temporarily reduced to 6% f

NORWAY: Reduced VAT rate for tourism will be applicable until the end of 2020

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Norwegian Government has introduced several emergency measures earlier this year. The services previously subjected to the reduced VAT rate of 12% were temporarily reduced ...
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Norwegian Government has introduced several emergency measures earlier this year. The services previously subjected to the reduced VAT rate of 12% were temporarily reduced to 6% f

POLAND: New SAF-T File from October 1st 2020 for all VAT payers

In Poland, the obligation to submit the new SAF-T (JPK_VAT) files, together with a VAT declaration, will start on the 1st of October 2020 for all VAT payers. JPK files, ...
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PORTUGAL: ATCUD and QR Code Postponed?

PORTUGAL: QR code and Unique document code regulation

Decree-Law no. 28/2019 determines Portuguese requirements, for invoices and other fiscally relevant documents, that there must be a two-dimensional bar code (QR code) and a single document code (ATCUD), under the ...
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Unique document code and QR code regulation

FRANCE: What payment media are retailers obliged to accept?

Is it allowed to decline cash payment? According to the Ministry of Finance, the answer is quite clear. As a professional, you are obligated to accept such payment according to ...
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Belgium approved a temporary VAT rate reduction from 21% to 6% for the HoReCa sector until the 31st of December, 2020.

BELGIUM: VAT reduction and adaption of cash registers

Belgium approved a temporary VAT rate reduction from 21% to 6% for the HoReCa sector until the 31st of December, 2020. This means that, as of the reopening of the ...
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