Several amendments to SII (Immediate Supply of Information) have been published in the Official Gazette on February 27th 2018, following a Ministerial Order on 22nd February. The changes are introduced to correct issues which have arisen since the introduction of SII on July 1st 2017.
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Spain’s Balearic Islands, which include Ibiza and Majorca, will increase tourist taxes on visitors from 2018, with the average doubling to 3 euros per person. Regional governors made the announcement at a press conference on 31st August.
Promoters in Spain have welcomed a reduction in VAT on cultural event tickets which came into effect on 28th June 2017. The rate has been reduced from 21% to 10% for events such as concerts and theatre shows.
Previously in 2014, British law introduced a 15% levy for all international gambling operators who took offshore bets from UK citizens‘…’
Despite speculation suggesting otherwise the Spanish SII will enter into force on 1st July 2017 for all taxpayers, irrespective of individual circumstances.
Despite the original hike four and half years ago brought about by the austerity measures on cultural events, it has now been decided to reduce this rate to 10%.‘…’
In last week’s newsletter we informed you about the introduction of SII in Spain on the 1st July 2017...
On 1st July 2017, SII will be introduced in Spain, What is it?
It is about changing the current VAT management system which has been in place for 30 years, introducing a new bookkeeping system for Value Added Tax on the AEAT online system, by providing all billing records virtually immediately‘…’
Further details have been released on the Royal Decree 596/2016 - the SII (Suministro inmediato de información) project...
The Spanish Council of Ministers has recently reactivated the SII project (Suministro inmediato de información - Real Time Information) that was discussed last year and then put on hold...
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