On 17 May 2022, the Council of Ministers approved the draft law containing provisions on the justice system and tax process. The proposed reform envisages, among the main goals to be achieved by 31 December 2022, the speeding up of the tax process in order to achieve one of the objectives of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP).
After about a year since its approval in the Council of Ministers, the Senate of the Italian Republic finally approved the Law No. 78 of June 21, 2022, entitled “Delega al Governo in materia di contratti pubblici” (“Delegation Law”), published in the Official Journal No. 146 of June 24, 2022.
The Revenue Agency and Ragioneria Generale dello Stato (hereinafter “RGS”) recently provided several clarifications to facilitate understanding of the complex regulatory framework and the related procedures concerning tax incentives for businesses.
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In its judgment in the Case C-714/20, filed on May 12, 2022, the European Court of Justice ruled that the indirect customs representative is jointly and severally liable with the declarant only for the customs duties due upon importation and not also for the relevant import VAT, in the absence of national provisions establishing expressly such liability.
The Italian Customs Authorities, with the Circular Letter no. 22, dated June 6, 2022, released some clarifications related to the import customs declarations to be submitted by means of telematic tracks from H1 to H5. These latter are part of the project to reengineer the import customs clearance IT system.
With the Italian Tax Authorities’ act no. 99922/2020, published on 28/03/2020, the Italian tax authorities have updated the technical specifications relating to the .XML electronic invoice.