Ticketline ivaucher

ticketline ivaucher

What is the ivaucher platform?

It was built upon the IVAucher platform which was originally designed to attract business back to restaurants and hotels and cultural venues last summe r. IVAucher allowed a balance to be accumulated for each individual of all IVA (VAT) paid in restaurants, hotels and on cultural events.

What are the phases of the ivaucher programme?

The “IVAucher” programme is temporary and has three phases: (i) the benefit accumulation phase, which runs from 1 June to 31 August 2021, (ii) the benefit assessment phase, running from 1 to 30 September 2021, and (iii) the benefit utilization phase, between 1 October to 21 December 2021.

What is ivaucher’s VAT reimbursement scheme?

IVAucher allowed a balance to be accumulated for each individual of all IVA (VAT) paid in restaurants, hotels and on cultural events. This balance could then be reimbursed through a payment direct to your account of up to 50% of the full amount spent in similar locations between October and December last year.

What is the ivaucher programme?

The IVAucher programme allows consumers to recover all the VAT paid in the catering, accommodation and culture sectors. This contrasts with the existing rules, which only allow consumers to recover 15% of the VAT paid in these sectors, in the form of a limited personal income tax (IRS), up to a limit of EUR 250.

What is the “ivaucher” measure?

The Portuguese government has introduced this year an extraordinary measure to support the economy, provided for in the Regulatory Decree No. 2-A/2021, of May 28. This measure, called IVAucher, aims to support the sectors of the economy that suffered most from the pandemic caused by COVID-19, namely culture, restoration and accommodation.

What is a ‘disbursement’ in VAT?

A payment made to suppliers on behalf of your customers is called a ‘disbursement’ if you pass the cost on to your customers when you invoice them. You might be able to leave out these payments from your VAT calculations because it’s the customer, not you, who buys and receives the goods or services; you’re just acting as their agent.

How to accumulate VAT on invoices?

During the months of June, July and August, the consumers will be able to accumulate the VAT paid on purchases made, simply by asking the adhering merchants that the issue of invoices be accompanied by the NIF; In September, the accumulated VAT will be calculated by the Tax Authority by checking the invoices reported;

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