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VAT: Inadequate taxation of turnovers from commercial activities of public-sector entities
Report of 2 November 2004 pursuant to Art. 99 Federal Budget Code. The inadequate subjection to VAT of turnovers originating from commercial activities of public-sector entities puts private competitors at a disadvantage and infringes EU law. The Bundesrechnungshof has submitted proposals on how to address the problem
Tax revenue losses in the field of value-added tax (VAT)
Report of 3 September 2003 pursuant to Art. 99 Federal Budget Code. Losses of tax revenue in the ranges of tens of billions of euros - the Bundesrechnungshof points out ways to fight VAT fraud and avoidance.
Taxation of income from private sales of securities
Special Report of 24 April 2002. The Bundesrechnungshof considers that complete and constitutional taxation of speculative gains is not assured.
Substantial changes of the funding responsibilities for local road works and local public passenger transport
Report of 2 November 2004 pursuant to Art. 99 Federal Budget Code. Pursuant to the Community Transport Financing Act, the Federal Government gives grants of about €1.3 billion annually for local road works and local public passenger transport.
EU Report of German audit institutions 2008
On 15 January 2009, the Bundesrechnungshof and German State Courts of Audit submitted the first pdf-icon EU Report of German Audit Instutions.
Joint report of the SAIs of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands on intra-community VAT fraud
Report of 12 March 2009
Report on the parallel audit of the performance of the Structural Funds programmes of the European Union in the areas of employment and/or the environment by the Working Group on Structural Funds
EU Report of German audit institutions 2012
2015 special report - EUROFISC – a multilateral warning system of the Member States for combating VAT fraud
Parallel audit on Contribution of the Structural Funds to the Europe 2020 Strategy in the areas of Employment and/or Education
The Europe 2020 strategy is designed to promote growth and employment in the EU. The Member States' programmes for the use of Structural Funds allocated to them provide a sound basis for achieving these objectives, although some weaknesses have been found. This is the conclusion drawn by the “Working Group on Structural Funds VII" in its final aggregate report. The weaknesses mainly concern the complexity of regulations and the evaluation of success. Since the end of 2015, EU Member SAIs have worked together in the "Working Group on Structural Funds VII". The German SAI has chaired the working group that studied in eleven Member States whether the Structural Funds have helped making progress towards the Europe 2020 targets. The audit findings have been compiled in the final report. The working group has developed recommendations that are addressed to the European Commission and the Member States.
Report of the Task Force on European Banking Union to the Contact Committee of Supreme Audit Institutions of the European Union and the European Court of Auditors
2018 Special report – Audit compendium on youth unemployment and the integration of young people into the labour market
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