SAPInsider Webinar: Hungary Mandates B2B eInvoicing - Learn Best Practices to Comply

Date: November 16, 2017
Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm GTM / 4:00pm CET
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)
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Starting on July 1, 2018, businesses registered for VAT in Hungary will be required to report B2B invoices over 100,000 HUF to the National Tax and Customs Authority (NAV) no later than 24 hours after being issued. This will not only impact the Tax and Compliance function within a company, but since much of the necessary information to meet this requirement is stored within the ERP, IT teams will undoubtedly be needed to ensure organizational readiness. 

In this webinar, learn how to ensure your IT department and SAP system is ready for this new mandate, to minimize your risk of non-compliance, including fines and disruption of business processes. You will learn: 

  • An overview of the global tax reporting landscape 
  • A detailed view of the Hungarian requirements, the associated business and technical challenges, and what this mandate could mean for your business 
  • Some best practices on how compliance automation can be effectively deployed to meet these changing global requirements 

Register to reserve your spot today!

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Sovos is a leader in global tax, compliance and business-to-government reporting software, safeguarding businesses from the burden and risk of compliance in thousands of tax jurisdictions around the world.

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