It has been published in the official website of the Portuguese Tax Authority, the postponement of the deadline to comply with the obligation to prepare and submit the transfer pricing file, to which large taxpayers are subject, under article 130, no. 3, of the Corporate Income Tax (IRC) Code, to July 22th, 2021 (in line with the postponement of the submission of the IES/DA).
A surcharge has to be imposed for the late filing of self-assessments. For this to apply, however, the self-assessment must be filed spontaneously, in other words not due to a prior request by the authorities. In a new decision, the Central Economic-Administrative Tribunal (TEAC) made the definition of prior request more flexible.
The Government approved, through Dispatch n.º 191/2021-XXII, of 15/06, the extension of the deadlines to comply with the following tax obligations.
The VAT exemption applicable to domestic supplies and intra-Community acquisitions of goods, needed to combat the effects of the COVID-19 disease by the State and other public bodies or by non-profit organizations, was extended from 30 April to 31 December 2021, by Law no. 33/2021 of 28 May.
TEAC notes that the tax authorities have to observe the principles provided given in the DGT's resolutions, meaning that any assessments that depart from those principles are null and void, without any need to examine the facts of the case.
It was approved, by Dispatch no. 150/2021.XXII, a new transitional regime applicable to UK residents for the mandatory appointment of a tax representative, which determines the following:
There are four types of transfer pricing obligations in China, which might require action by enterprises in 2021. The transfer pricing obligations include the preparation of master file, local file, special issue file and country by country report (CBCR) form.