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Many EU Member States have adopted high penalties for DAC6 non-compliance, potentially resulting in severe fines in cases of under- and overreporting, especially for intermediaries lacking a structured compliance process.…
Great news! We've implemented a new user management functionality that allows you to align your documented governance framework with DAC6pro. In your DAC6 analysis, you deal with information that insensitivity…
The EU Directive, commonly known as DAC6, requires EU intermediaries (primarily) and relevant taxpayers (secondarily) to disclosure reportable cross-border arrangements to the local tax authorities. Up until recently, certain EU…
From 19 countries, we've received and implemented the XML schemas. *Although the official MDR/DAC6 reporting deadline already started, we are still awaiting the technical guidelines from 8 countries. Whenever a…
Disclosing parties in most EU Member States have survived the first two DAC6 reporting deadlines in 2021. Notably, however, published announcements have been made in multiple countries in recent weeks…
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