In this blog post about localizations we will show you what has been changed and what is still to come in the near future. In addition, one subject will be highlighted, but we will start with a look back on the latest localization update on this support blog.
In the last blog post about localizations, you could read about the new VAT system for the Romanian legislation, the so-called split-payment system, which has been introduced as of January, 1st 2018. It was also mentioned that, among other things, we were busy with changes with respect to the VAT declarations for the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland.
What has been changed?
In the overview below you can see some of the features that were implemented recently, and from which product update (and service pack) they have been made available.
What is coming up?
In the near future you can expect the following:
- Availability of a new payroll audit file version – Dutch legislation
- VAT return form for year 2018 introduced – Swiss legislation
- New options introduced to ease the searching of INTRASTAT transactions – EU legislation
- Model 303 enhanced for VAT returns 2017/2018 – Spanish legislation
- Online information to tax authorities about issued invoices – Hungarian legislation
- New orange payment slip with an QR Code printed for the customer invoices – Swiss legislation
- Support companies that Purchase transportation services – Thai legislation
- Changes to Italian VAT Settlement report – Italian legislation
- Introduction of ISO 20022 Payments – Swiss legislation
- Enhancement to German VAT listing report – German legislation
Featured! – Creating an empty JPK file (Poland)
As of 1 July 2016, new regulations with respect to the obligation of how to provide tax and financial data to tax authorities came into force in Poland. As a consequence, a standardized procedure for the tax authority’s requests concerning tax books and tax evidence was put into place: Jednolity Plik Kontrolni – the United Control File (JPK).
Since then, JPK is the legally defined format (XML) for electronic submission to the tax authorities in Poland. In the beginning, the regulation only concerned large companies. However, as of 1 July 2018, JPK will be mandatory for small and medium enterprises, too.
No VAT transactions
In case there are no Sales invoices created for a certain period and therefore, no registered VAT transactions for the required period are available, Polish companies are still legally required to send the tax authorities an empty control file.
As of Product Update 414SP3 , the checkbox Create empty file and the corresponding date range field have been added to the software. You can find this option in the VAT returns section, in the VAT returns & Invoices tab, which can be accessed via menu path Finance ➔ VAT/Statistics ➔ Audit file. Please see the corresponding Release note to read more about this functionality. Please note that this enhancement is applicable only to the VAT returns and not invoices.