EU VAT Intrastat Reporting Thresholds - 2018

Your business will have to file Intrastat declarations if it makes dispatches and acquisitions of goods above these thresholds in each country.

Many of the Intrastat reporting thresholds changed on 1st January 2018

Country Arrivals Dispatches Currency Notes
Austria* 750,000 750,000 EUR
Belgium* 1,500,000 1,000,000 EUR
Bulgaria 430,000 260,000 BGN New 2018
Croatia 1,900,000 1,000,000 HRK New 2018
Cyprus* 130,000 55,000 EUR New 2018
Czech Republic 8,000,000 8,000,000 CZK
Denmark 6,200,000 4,700,000 DKK New 2018
Estonia* 230,000 130,000 EUR
Finland 550,000 500,000 EUR
France* 460,000 More than 460,000: detailed intrastat _less than 460,000: simplified intrastat (EC Sales listing) EUR
Germany* 800,000 500,000 EUR
Greece 150,000 90,000 EUR
Hungary* 150,000,000 100,000,000
Ireland* 500,000 635,000 EUR
Italy More than 200,000: monthly intrastat (statistical reporting) More than 50,000: monthly intrastat (EC Sales listing) _less than 50,000: quarterly intrastat (EC Sales listing) More than 100,000: monthly intrastat (statistical reporting) EUR New 2018 - DS Exempt
Latvia* 200,000 100,000 EUR New 2018
Lithuania* 250,000 150,000 EUR New 2018
Luxembourg* 200,000 150,000 EUR
Malta 700 700 EUR
Netherlands 1,000,000 1,200,000 EUR
Poland* 3,000,000 2,000,000 PLN DS Exempt
Portugal* 350,000 250,000 EUR
Romania* 900,000 900,000 RON
Slovak Republic* 200,000 400,000 EUR
Slovenia* 140,000 220,000 EUR New 2018 - DS Exempt
Spain 400,000 400,000 EUR
Sweden 9,000,000 4,500,000 SEK
United Kingdom* 1,500,000 250,000 GBP

*The values shown are for the basic reporting thresholds. Higher thresholds exist (for example, statistical value reporting, or a more detailed return).

This information is correct at the time of publishing (April 2018) but may change at any time. This listing is produced for general guideline purposes only – for detailed information about any particular country and/or threshold, please contact us.

Intrastat Reporting Thresholds 2018