Past events

6 Jul. Bucharest, Romania
The next meeting of the Executive Council of IOTA is organized on 6 July 2016 in Bucharest, Romania.
The next meeting of the Executive Council of IOTA is organized on 6 July 2016 in Bucharest, Romania.
( FO2_2016 )
7 Jun. to 9 Jun.
Budapest, Hungary
Sharing developments, concerns , best practice and approaches to issues in the Large Taxpayer Sector
This year’s theme is Risk Analysis in the Large Business Segment covering IOTA member’s approaches to, analysing risks, making target selection and sharing new ideas and approaches on risk analysis.
1 Jun. to 2 Jun.
Budapest, Hungary
The next meeting of the IOTA Steering Group on Debt Management is organized on 1-2 June 2016 in Budapest, Hungary.
The next meeting of the IOTA Steering Group on Debt Management is organized on 1-2 June 2016 in Budapest, Hungary.
25 May. to 27 May.
Budapest, Hungary
Tax Administration Diagnostic Assessment Tool (TADAT) Training for IOTA members
This workshop will facilitate IOTA members to gain knowledge about the TADAT methodology enabling them to improve and monitor performance in their own organisation.
18 May. to 19 May.
Vienna, Austria
The next meeting of the Executive Council of IOTA is organized on 18-19 May 2016 in Vienna, Austria.
The next meeting of the Executive Council of IOTA is organized on 18-19 May 2016 in Vienna, Austria.
26 Apr. to 28 Apr.
Yerevan, Armenia
The topics for the 2016 Forum are "National VAT Compliance based systems" and "Co-operation with law enforcement agencies and genuine business" to prevent VAT fraud.
20 Apr. to 22 Apr.
Romania
IOTA will be conducting training on data reporting to ISORA. All IOTA countries are invited to send up to two delegates.
The target group for this training are the ISORA country coordinators. Focus will be on the ISORA survey questionnaire, data definitions and data reporting via the RA-FIT web data reporting tool.
6 Apr. to 8 Apr.
Budapest, Hungary
Structure, competence and position of effective debt management function within tax administration
22 Mar. to 24 Mar.
Budapest, Hungary
Sharing experiences into how tax administrations review internal processes and reduce or eliminate numerous tasks and/or long timelines.
16 Mar. Budapest, Hungary
The next meeting of the Executive Council of IOTA is organized via video or telephone conference on 16 March 2016.
The next meeting of the Executive Council of IOTA is organized via video or telephone conference on 16 March 2016.
2 Mar. to 4 Mar.
Bruges, Belgium
Tackling Fraud and Aggressive Tax Planning by the Operational Efficiency of the Exchange of Information
24 Feb. to 25 Feb.
Sofia, Bulgaria
The 23rd Forum of the IOTA Principal Contact Persons will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria hosted by National Revenue Agency on 24-25 February 2016.
10 Feb. to 12 Feb.
Budapest, Hungary
This workshop will deal with different approaches towards increased compliance of non-filers and stop-filers.
Structured around 1) Pre-treatment, 2) Treatment and 3) Post treatment of non/stop-filers, different approaches, methods and tools will be explored ranging from reminders to penalties and enforcement.
2 Feb. to 5 Feb.
Budapest, Hungary
Strengthening cooperation with tax service providers to improve compliance and enhance service provision to SMEs
This event will explore business developments in the domain of SMEs and tax service providers and will provide participants with best practices and insights to further develop compliance strategies
27 Jan. to 29 Jan.
Budapest, Hungary
Improving public perceptions of tax system
Using public marketing campaigns to raise taxpayer awareness and improve their perception of tax system
26 Jan. to 27 Jan.
Paris, France
The next meeting of the Executive Council will take place in Paris, France hosted by General Directorate of Public Finances on 26-27 January 2016.
20 Jan. to 21 Jan.
Budapest, Hungary
13 Jan. to 15 Jan.
Budapest, Hungary
Exploring measures taken to reduce the VAT loss due to avoidance schemes
The workshop will share information about complex schemes examining unsolved VAT avoidance issues of countries and explore possible solutions
16 Dec. to 18 Dec.
Budapest, Hungary
The workshop is to examine ways member tax administrations design, promote and facilitate the use of electronic services
With the growth in technology capabilities and demands for improved performance, public administrations have been encouraged to intensify their efforts promoting electronic services.
2 Dec. to 4 Dec.
Budapest, Hungary
Examining the reasons behind estimating tax gaps, their uses and how they are estimated.
Building on the IOTA workshop "Tax Gap Estimate and Its Use" held in Berlin, June 2014, this event will look in detail at how to estimate tax gaps

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