Update: Lithuania to introduce a VAT Invoice Register submission

30 September 2016

As previously reported in an effort to prevent VAT fraud the Lithuanian VAT authorities will require VAT registered businesses to submit monthly online registers detailing all VAT invoices and transport paperwork relating to transactions that they have made in the country.

It has now been confirmed that these online registers will be SAF-T files and that from 1 October 2016 the tax authorities will launch a new portal (i.MAS) for the online submission of these reports.

SAF-T files are already being used for the exchange of data in several EU countries including Poland and France.

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