Short resume from the work of the IVA with the Authorities

 

Country

Issue

Action

Belgium

Problems with excise duties In progress

Netherlands

Belastingdienst will no longer be allowed to refund to intermediaries Meeting with the Dutch Tax Authorities

Croatia

Problems with the Croatian portal Letter sent to EC and Tax Authorities

France

Invoices not attached to a claim and the 5MB limit

Letter sent to the French Tax Authorities 

Germany

Article 15 -Refusing invoices for images not attached to claim (5mb)

  • Letter sent to the Commission and German   authorities. A meeting was requested.
  • The Commission confirmed our position

 

Restyling

Written & Discussed with German Authorities

 

Slow paying refunds

Meetings with Authorities was arranged by IVA

 

Claim form signatory Box 9b Claim form

 

 

Supplier Addresses Under Refund Directive

This is under review

  Overall German Position versus the rest of the EU Under review and talking to Commission

Greece

Slow paying refunds both Local and Foreign Est

TEI Complaint sent to the Commission

 

3 year prescription period

Letter to the Commission (Jan 2013)

Italy

Slow paying refunds both Local and Foreign Est

  • TEI Complaint sent to the Commission (Jan 2013)
  • IVA complaint and acknowledgement were received (Mar 2013)

Spain

Slow Paying

  • IVA complaint and acknowledgement were received (Mar 2013)

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