Latvia offers businesses the ability to delay VAT payments by three years interest-free

9 April 2020

The Latvian tax office has announced that they would offer some businesses the possibility to delay VAT payments for up to three years interest-free. They also confirmed that businesses can apply for payment plans in relation to any VAT debts currently owed to the tax authorities.

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