Italian marketplace anti-fraud reporting requirements go live

2 September 2019

From 31 October 2019, Italy will introduce new anti-VAT fraud reporting requirements on online marketplaces.

This new requirement will oblige online platforms to report the following information directly to the Italian tax authorities on a quarterly basis:

  • Details of each seller using their platform, including a valid Italian tax number
  • Total sales by € and quantities sold in Italy
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