U-turn on VAT fraud software and small businesses

Micro-entrepreneurs (the name for auto-entrepreneurs) have won a victory over the tax office as the government has back-tracked on plans to force them to use business software to stop VAT frauds – because they do not charge VAT.

The loi anti-fraude à la TVA law would have made the installation of transaction billing software compulsory for all businesses, sole traders and public institutions who are liable to VAT and who deal with settling clients’ bills.

It was due to come ...

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