Update On Mandatory Reporting In Italy
Voucher numbers that are assigned during posting must be sequentially ordered by posting date. Sales tax transactions that use the same number sequence code must be posted in order. If the voucher numbers aren't sequentially ordered, you will receive an error message. Additionally, posting is interrupted if a sales tax transaction isn't assigned to a sales tax book section when you update an invoice. When a voucher is posted through a sales tax book section, the identifiers of the related sales tax book and sales tax book section are saved in the tax transactions. (Go to Tax > Sales tax inquiries > Posted sales tax, and then select the Posting tab.) This data can be used during further sales tax reporting. Italian sales tax books are used for filtering, grouping, and sorting on the Sales Tax (Italy) report.
Update on mandatory reporting in Italy
Countries are implementing mandatory disclosure rules aimed at increasing transparency to detect what is perceived by tax authorities to be potentially aggressive cross-border tax planning. We can work with you to identify and help manage cross-border reporting obligations by leveraging our global network and up-to-date tools.
Until 1992, the regional incidence of measles based on mandatory reporting was similar to that of the rest of Italy, with epidemics occurring regularly at 3-year intervals (Figure). Since 1993, however, the regional incidence has remained below the Italian average, with rates lower than 35 cases per 100,000 between 1993 and 1997 and below 2 per 100,000 from 1998 on. From the mid- 1990s, there has also been a progressive increase in the age of measles cases, which has risen from a mean of 8 years for the period 1984-1989 to 14 years during 1990-1996.
The information on measles cases for this analysis are from mandatory reporting data; a review of the measles surveillance system in the pediatric age group has in fact demonstrated that in northern Italy, the sensitivity of the monthly mandatory notification system is high. In Emilia-Romagna, the reports are sent monthly from the local health agencies to the region. However, in this case, a special system with weekly reporting was put in place because of prior alerts about the epidemic occurring in the Campania region of southern Italy. Vaccination data were obtained from the local health authorities, who transmit each year the number of children vaccinated for measles by age group. In particular, since 1996, two age groups have been taken into consideration (children 24 months of age and adolescents of 13 years of age) for which data are transmitted on the number of children having received at least one dose, independent of the age at vaccine administration. Coverage was calculated using as a denominator the resident population of that age group. 041b061a72