Managing DAC6 successfully

The DAC6 Directive (EU) 2018/822 requires EU Member States to impose compulsory reporting obligations on intermediaries and taxpayers in relation to cross-border tax arrangements. Here you will find all the information you need about the regulatory framework, the challenges involved and our portfolio of DAC6 services.

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Retroactive reporting obligation means the clock is ticking even faster

What makes DAC6 an even bigger issue is the fact that taxpayers and intermediaries do not just have to report future transactions, but also some that have already been completed. In cases where implementation of the arrangement began at any point between 25 June 2018 and 1 July 2020, the information must be reported by 31 August 2020. Therefore, we recommend taking appropriate action now rather than leaving it until later.

DAC6 in a nutshell

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Our solution

Unter DAC6consulting sind alle Leistungen rund um die DAC6-Beratung und die Einführung eines DAC6-Compliance-Managements bei Mandaten allokiert.
Damit Sie die für Ihr Unternehmen geltenden DAC6-Compliance-Anforderungen rechtssicher und zugleich pragmatisch erfüllen können, haben wir eine innovative und flexible Plattformlösung entwickelt.
Die DAC6-Regulatorik verursacht eine länderübergreifende Betroffenheit und erschwert eine reine nationale Sichtweise. Mazars betreut und unterstützt über die europäische DAC6 Task Force sämtliche DAC6-Projekte länderübergreifend.

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