Hungary’s Nav Publishes New Rtir Developments for 2020/2021
The RTIR system compels taxpayers residing in Hungary to send certain invoicing information to the NAV Online Számla platform electronically and instantly, without human intervention, in line with the technical requirements laid down by the law.
These changes to RTIR regulations come on top of the updates announced last October.
Main RTIR developments for 2020/2021
- Starting 1 April 2020 all resident taxpayers must use XML version 2.0 in their online invoicing reports.
- As of 1 July, affected businesses must declare all their invoices to NAV, thus eliminating the current limit for invoices of over HUF 100,000 in VAT.
Starting January 2021
- Businesses registered in Hungary for VAT purposes will have to report the invoices they issue to individuals (B2C) as well.
- Invoices issued to intra-Community companies must also be reported to NAV.
The EDICOM RTIR Solution
EDICOM provides a solution enabling online tax reporting to the Hungarian RTIR platform in the required XML format, performing the process automatically and immediately, integrating communication with the company's ERP.
- Our RTIR EDICOM solution is integrated with the ERP or accounting system to capture the invoicing data NAV requires.
XML file generation:
- The solution creates regulatory-compliant structured data in XML.
Connectivity with the NAV Online Számla platform:
- Our Public Administration Hub places the web service calls required to send files through to NAV.
Receipt acceptance and integration:
- NAV issues invoice status notifications. These receipts are transformed and automatically integrated with the customer’s management system.
- XML archives for invoices and associated statuses are kept in our long-term electronic archiving system certified by top-level European regulations.