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Tax Authority (NAV) extends Online Számla 2.0 deadline

The use of the NAV Online Invoice 2.0 version will not be a must from 1 April 2020 in online invoice data reporting. The deadline for the introduction of the new schema was extended by NAV until 1 July with regard to the extraordinary situation arising due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

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NAV online invoice 2.0 - the final countdown started

The latest version of the Online Invoice has been updated in the live system of the Hungarian Tax Authority (NAV) yet. The most significant change is the new 2.0 XSD schema and its associated endpoint, which eliminates all obstacles to the mandatory use of the 2.0 online invoice version which will go live on 1 April.

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Digital tax revolution in Hungary

Hungary is at the top regarding the VAT rate and the rate of the VAT-gap reduction. We may feel right in the middle of a digital tax revolution. Regarding taxation, we can witness changes of such scale and intensity that are unprecedented.

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Hungarian real-time invoice data reporting deadline with new encryption algorithm

From 1 April 2020, only XML documents created using the new 2.0 template can be submitted to the Hungarian Tax Authority within the framework of the real-time invoice data reporting service; in addition, a new encryption procedure will have to be used when reporting invoice data. Two months from now, every invoicing software must report invoicing data using the new Online Számla 2.0 XML template.

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All roads lead to digitization in taxation as well

Also as a result of electronic data disclosures – real-time invoice data reporting, EKAER, or online cash register data – the estimated VAT gap in Hungary has decreased considerably in the course of the past 5 years, to 9 per cent in 2018. In the meantime, the scope of tax information possible to be digitally queried from HU TA databases is extended significantly.

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The first specific details about Online számla version 2.0

Following the outage, on the last day of July the interface of NAV Online számla (real-time invoice) featured a new version. However, the long awaited “big score” - the description of the new 2.0 XSD version of online számla - remains yet to be seen, but development on the side of HU TA continues undiminished. Now, real-time invoice moved forward by updating API, a feature facilitating data inquiry.

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NAV Online invoice version 2.0 - more than just an invoice

The Hungarian Tax Authority (NAV) published the missing, but most awaited component (the new XML template /XSD documentation/) of the real-time invoice reporting obligation, Online számla version 2.0 for the last day of August. This template details the future structure in which automated invoicing applications, or ERPs must report data to the tax authority, including the type of data to be included in online invoice data reports.

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Online invoice reporting - the most common faults

For nearly a year, in Hungary taxpayers have been required to report their invoices issued to domestic taxpayers in real time, whenever the chargeable VAT exceeds HUF 100,000. What are the most common faults and challenges in the Hungarian online invoice reporting?

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HU TA Online invoices: 3+1 tasks for May

It is already apparent that this year also brings a number of challenges for taxpayers in relation to real-time invoice reporting. The extension of the deadline for the online invoice version change announced in the beginning of the year until 4 June gives another month to review four areas.

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Updated! Online invoices - HU TA will only accept data in the new format from June 4!

A change is coming in online invoice data reporting from 0:00 on 4 June. From this point, the system of HU TA will only accept online invoice data reporting in the new data format, which leaves a few weeks for switching to version 1.1. Failure to submit online invoice data reports may result in a penalty of up to half a million forints per invoice, which may represent an even higher tax penalty risk than the VAT content of the invoice.

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