Many EU Member States Miss the DAC6 Reporting Deadlines

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The European Commission has officially warned several EU Member States that they are being too slow to transpose various anti-tax avoidance directives into their national law.

The following member states have been told to finish their individual implementations of the Council Directive (EU) 2018/822 (DAC6) on the compulsory automatic exchange of data on cross-border tax provisions:

Belgium.
Cyprus.
Czech Republic.
Estonia.
France.
Greece.
Italy.
Latvia.
Luxembourg.
Poland.
Portugal.
Romania.
Spain.
Sweden.
the UK.
Certain Member States from the list have more work to do, as they have been asked to implement parts of both the first and second anti-tax avoidance directive (ATAD), which detailed exit taxes and other obligatory measures against tax circumvention malpractices.