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Dániel Sztankó, RSM Hungary, Head of Indirect Tax Services

Dániel Sztankó

Director, Indirect Tax services

Dániel Sztankó has been the VAT expert of RSM Hungary Zrt., has supported the compliance of our fiscal representation team's clients in domestic and international VAT services since 2014. He was a manager at an international advisory network in Hungary specialising in VAT and indirect taxes from 2008 and then in Singapore from 2012, prior to which he had worked for a London based tax advisory firm. He began his professional career with the tax authority where he worked as a tax specialist in VAT for more than 5 years.
As an advisor to global market players, he has focused on the regulation and application of European, Asian and international value-added taxes and indirect taxes for more than a decade. He has acquired experience in a number of sectors, such as energy, telecommunication, technology, logistics, pharmaceuticals, financial services, and real estate, both in Hungary and abroad.
Beside consultations, Dániel is a regular lecturer of business and professional conferences focused on Hungarian VAT, online invoice reporting and EKAER legislation.

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Shorter invoicing deadline from July

An important change in financial administration from July is that the deadline for issuing an invoice will be shortened from 15 days to 8 days after performance. In other words, from July, invoices for the supply of goods and services must be prepared and issued to partners, buyers and customers within a shorter deadline.

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NAV Online Invoice - there is no delay, but there is a 3-month sanction-free period

Due to the difficulties caused by the coronavirus, the tax authority will not sanction, until 30 September 2020, the new taxpayers subject to the online data supply obligation from July, who are not yet able to comply with the regulations. The deadline for extending the data supply obligation is therefore not delayed, but NAV (Hungarian Tax Authority) will not penalise its omission for the first 3 months if taxpayers register in the Online Invoice system.

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Should we start preparing for Brexit?

At the moment, nobody knows what will happen to Brexit, if it will happen at all or if it will be postponed. There are many possible scenarios but prudent business operation requires us to prepare for a no-deal Brexit even if we are still hoping for Brexit to be postponed.

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