Effective as of 1 July 2017 the Ministry for National Economy issued a decree on the identification of invoices and receipts, and the verification invoices electronically stored on the system of the Tax Authority. According to the new rules, uniform formal requirements apply to electronically stored invoices. As of 1 January 2016 invoicing programs are required to contain a module that exports invoice data in a grouping according to invoice date and serial number range, with defined mandatory data content and structure.
This new system significantly improves the ability to identify system-level errors.
Deloitte professionals developed a VAT technology solution that is able to perform, based on a previously defined set of rules, nearly 80 checks concerning the VAT treatment of the transactions reported in the client's VAT return.
The result is an efficient tool that minimzes the probability of error associated with manual analytical methods, ensures compliance with VAT rules. Simultaneously it identifies and quantifies potential risks and savings opportunities at the transactional level. The analysis consists of three steps.
Data collection: VAT Analytics collects the reports required for performing the analysis and determines the test structure according to client needs.
VAT analysis: tests are selected based on client needs reviews of VAT data are performed and the results are evaluated in terms of efficiency, potential risks and savings.
Reporting: Test results are set forth transparently. Upon request, Deloitte would be pleased to provide professional consultations to ensure maximum value.
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Zoltán joined Deloitte’s tax advisory team in 2007 where he currently works as a director and as the leader of the indirect tax service line. During his advisory work he has gained broad experience in domestic and international VAT planning.tén.