Change to Hungarian invoicing rules for digital suppliers

23 December 2015

From 1 January 2016 foreign suppliers who sell digital services to consumers, will no longer have to produce locally VAT compliant invoices. This is in an effort to align Hungarian VAT invoicing rules with most other EU member states where there has never been a requirement to produce invoices for these types of supplies.

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