UPDATE: VAT in the Digital Age: European Parliament proposes changes to the Commissions’ reforms

31 July 2023

In June 2023, the EU Parliament proposed 251 amendments to the European Commission’s VAT in the Digital Age (ViDA) reforms.

The most significant amendment is that the gradual implementation dates for the ViDA reforms (2024 to 2028) will be delayed by up to two years. This change is supported by most EU member states, who see the current implementation deadlines as unmanageable. 

A full list of the EU Parliaments’ suggested changes to the proposal can be found here, and the EU Commission will now review these comments to decide on what changes it will make to its original proposal.

For more information on ViDA, which was proposed by the European Commission back in December 2022 in order to modernise, simplify, and make the EU VAT system more resilient to VAT fraud, please refer to our previous article here.

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