PwC’s latest pre-audit services enable you to prepare for a Tax Authority audit, minimizing the risks of sanctions. The PwC application makes it easy to compare the data export file with the reported invoice data via the real time reporting function, so your company has no more task, just to provide us with the data export file from your system, and the PwC export will do the job.
Online Invoice 2.0
PwC IT and Tax experts have developed a new special feature in the PwC Online Reporting Tool and PwC T.R.U.S.T Form-filling application that makes it easy to query and reconcile incoming vendor AP invoices in bulk.
Online data reporting
Choose PwC software solution to connect your invoicing system to the Hungarian Tax Authority for the real time reporting purposes!
T.R.U.S.T. – Generate a VAT return in a few clicks
T.R.U.S.T. (Tax Return Unified Support Tool) is a software solution created by PwC’s developers and tax consultants that fully automates the completion of VAT returns.
T. R. U. S. T. - Automatic completion of domestic recapitulative statements (‘M-sheets’)
Owing to its modular setup, our ‘T. R. U. S. T.’ solution is also available as a stand-alone software application that allows automated completion of domestic recapitulative statements.
Data export - invoicing software
PwC’s in-house developers and tax advisors have developed a customised application to ensure that the “data reporting for tax audit” function incorporated in your invoicing software fully complies with the statutory requirements.
The PwC EKÁER Tool is a software solution created by PwC’s developers and tax consultants that fully automates the completion of EKÁER reports.
Based on the announcement of the Hungarian Tax Authority the Standard Audit File for Tax (SAF-T) file recommended by OECD will be implemented in Hungary, as well. The SAF-T is an international standard under which the Companies have to perform reporting of data to be extracted from their ERP electronically in a given XML file format with pre-defined data content.
As per the statement of the Tax Authority on 29 November 2019, the pilot program of the SAF-T obligation starts on 2 December 2019.