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According to new regulation Large Enterprises are obliged to submit mandatory VAT SAF-T file in legal XML format for the first time on 25 August 2016. It is a monthly obligation even if the VAT reporting period itself is quarterly.

SAP and VAT SAF-T

I refer for complete overview to 'SAF-T for Poland and SAP'.

Most companies download the standard SAP VAT return reports from SAP to Excel and have an Excel working paper for review and adjustments. The data in the SAP reports are retrieved from various SAP tables.

The SAF-T VAT file need to reconcile with the submitted VAT return (monthly or quarterly). If this file does not reconcile to the submitted VAT return the risk that the PL tax authorities will ask questions - explain the differences - is high.

SAF-T VAT solution for Poland, Lithuania and Norway

This integrated SAP solution is developed together with a certified Global SAP Application Partner. The partner's core business is to develop SAP certified add-ons and many well-known multinationals companies have implemented it for the comparable submission of electronic data in Turkey.

The SAF-T SAP add-on solution is now available for Poland, Lithuania and Norway.

If all 3 countries are purchased all at once a package discount will apply. All inclusive means implementation, training and 1 year of free support and maintenance for bug-fixes & legal updates. We have an office and management in Poland and local people provide helpdesk support in English and Polish.

More detail also including an overview of the requirements for Lithuania, Norway and Poland and the challenges companies need to overcome when SAP is run can be found in attached slide deck.

See also Innovation and tax audits and Mandatory e-audit files


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Written by Richard Cornelisse
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Richard advises multinational businesses in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of their Indirect Tax Function and Tax Control Framework.

He started his career as a manager at Arthur Andersen and then became a partner in EY where I led the indirect tax performance team for Netherlands and Belgium. Currently he is a senior managing director of Phenix Consulting.

Richard has over 20 years’ experience advising clients on international VAT issues. He is specialized in the tax aspects of financial transformations, shared service centre migration, and post merger integration work. Richard is also somewhat of a mentor, giving back to the profession. If you are interested in conversation and discussion, please feel free to contact him.