Webinar 2 March 2021

Date: 2 March 2021

Time: 11:00 am CET – 12:00 pm CET

Topic: Federal Finance Ministry’s letter re the consequences of Barlis 06 and Senatex

Speakers: Christian Salder from KMLZ (Germany)

Chair: Fernando Matesanz from SPANISH VAT SERVICES ASESORES SL (Spain)

On Sep 15, 2016 the ECJ ruled that incomplete or incorrect invoices may be corrected or amended retroactively. In practice, this can help to secure the deduction of input VAT based on such invoices in previous periods without amending previous VAT returns, paying interest and, in the worst case scenario, being confronted with criminal investigations.
After a couple of years of discussions and frustrated expectations, last autumn the German Ministry of Finance finally published a circular dealing with the consequences of these two court decisions. Our webinar will summarize the content of the circular and analyse its effect on the options available to taxpayers to amend invoices retroactively.

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