Despite ‘panic’, Italian e-invoicing seems to have landed smoothly

January 23, 2019

This article from International Tax Review reporters Joe Stanley-Smith and Alexander Hartley looks at Italy's new e-invoicing regime, which came into effect on January 1. Companies expected teething trouble, but the early signs are positive and the changes should lead to long-term benefits. 

Sovos Alliances Sales Manager Filippa Jornstedt tells International Tax Review, "I don’t think there’s any going back from a clearance introduction. The tax authority gets so much crucial data; they get a complete understanding of the size of the economy. There’s no going back."

[Read the article here.] 

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