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Currently, cross-border deliveries within the European Union are invoiced excluding tax, the purchaser being liable for VAT in the country of destination.
With a view to combating fraud and simplifying corporate obligations, the European Commission has just published a new proposal containing the detailed technical amendments to the articles of Directive EC / 2006/112 concerned by the VAT reform.
The entry into force of this reform is foreseen in several stages: from 2019 for the transitional measures, and until 2002 for the definitive regime.
In the meantime, companies will have to adapt their tools and procedures to draw up their VAT or foreign VAT invoices, integrate the VAT rates in the different Member States, arrange the details on invoices, follow the authorizations of Assujetti certified their customers, and ensure statements on the Single Window ...