Oracle R12: Country localization requirements for Tax

This blog posting is to put together all the localisations that are required to complete eBTax setups for certain countries and the areas to look out for. Please post your comments so we can get this completed.

 

This is a work in progress document.

Austria

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Belgium

  • Belgium allocations – localisations linked to tax reporting boxes. Requires a large amount of effort to configure.

Bulgaria

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Croatia

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Cyprus

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Czech Republic

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Denmark

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Estonia

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Finland

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France

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Germany

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Greece

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Hungary

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Ireland

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Italy

Sequencial numbering linked to the tax registers. Set up in the EMEA VAT SETUP section of tax.

Latvia

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Lithuania

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Luxembourg

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Malta

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Mexico

All tax can only be recovered when it has been cleared. This means that you can employ the deferred tax solution but as this only operates on the accounting date and not when the cash is cleared then custom reporting is likely to be needed.

Invoices issues also need to go through a 3rd party provider who will submit your invoices to the authorities and then these will be authenticated and sent back to you so you can then send to your customer, whilst this does not affect the tax set up it should be considered incase of any interface requirements around tax when submitting to the 3rd party.

Latin tax engine is not needed for Mexico setups.

Netherlands

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Poland

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Portugal

  • Portuguese¬†allocations – localisations linked to tax reporting boxes. large amount of effort.
  • SAFT reporting – country specific localisations needed for SAFT report and extract.

Romania

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Slovakia

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Slovenia

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Spain

Spanish Modelo Reporting.

Sweden

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UK

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