The Decree 119/2018, first published in draft in late October of this year in Italy, has now been converted into law, but with a number of changes to its content.
The main changes to the previously published version of the e-invoicing rules of this decree are:
Extension to the grace period for delays in the issuance of e-invoices
The rolling grace period will be extended until September 2019 for taxpayers who are required to submit their VAT returns and VAT ledgers on a monthly basis. For taxpayers who submit on a quarterly basis, the rolling grace period is extended until June 2019. The grace period also applies to the buyers of the transactions.
New exemption from the obligation to issue e-invoices
For healthcare providers who were already exempt from the e-invoicing obligation in the draft decree, the exemption has now been extended. Healthcare professionals who send data to the national health system for the purpose of pre-filling tax returns are now exempt from issuing e-invoices regarding operations. The exemption is, however, temporarily limited to calendar year 2019.
Navigate your way through this Italy e-invoicing mandate interactive guide to find out if this mandate applies to you, how to ensure you are compliant, and more.
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