From when it will work: Split payment is expected to take effect from January 1, 2018. According to the published May 12, 2017. By the Ministry of Development and Finance of the draft amendment to the VAT Act. Who is to apply: taxable persons who have received an invoice with the amount of VAT indicated will be able to choose whether to pay the document in full to the basic account of the supplier, or to make the payment using the split payment mechanism. The issuer of the invoice will therefore not have any actual effect on the type of payment method used by its customers. The entity that will use the split VAT payment mechanism is to be entitled to many of the privileges that will be associated with this system. The privileges will be so attractive to taxpayers that they themselves will want to use it. It is assumed that entrepreneurs who decide to run a system for the decoupled VAT payment will not be subject to sanctions under the VAT Act (30 or 100% of the amount of the liability in the case where the invoice has been badly settled) and the so-called. Solidarity responsibility. It will be subject to the so-called. Fast VAT Refund path within 25 days. Principle of operation: The split payment method assumes that the net amount sold for the goods or services will affect the existing company account, the VAT amount will be transferred to the additional dedicated bank account of such payments. The amount of VAT accumulated on this separate account will be used to pay the invoice to your Subcontractor or pay for VAT to US. The introduction of Split Payment may result in a loss of liquidity for the trader, because the excess VAT amounts will be blocked on the respective accounts for this dedicated account. Impact on information systems: Any company that uses electronic data interchange systems with banks (sending payment for commitments and receiving payments for receivables) will need to make appropriate changes to the information systems. Today, transfers are going to parcels, summed in gross amounts and are allocated to receivables accounts. Once the Split payment has been entered, payments will have to be made in net and VAT values separately and likewise posted. This forces changes in electronic banking systems. We encourage you to contact us to arrange the details of the work necessary to carry out the necessary adjustments. Impact on taxpayer's financial liquidity: withholding of VAT funds in bank accounts may result in temporary financial bottlenecks. To avoid this, financial analysis of the structure of revenue and payments should be made. Hogart together with the company firm Global Audit Partner Sp. z o.o. Sp. K. offers an analysis in this area where the service offers:
- Analysis of the structure of revenues and costs and payments,
- Preparation of a simulation model and analysis of what-if financial flows with interpretation of the results of the introduction of Split Payment at the selected moment in time, based on historical taxpayer data for the last three years,
- Preparation of the presentation for the management or management of the results of the analysis presented with the use of the BI system, including recommendations, to apply the appropriate liquidity protection mechanisms to be implemented during the transitional period.
We encourage you to contact us to arrange the right dates and to provide details of your offer. PIOTR Opaliński 785 994 255 firstname.lastname@example.org, Maciej Sikorski 785 994 304 email@example.com