Talk:VAT identification number

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I think many of the things in this page are wrong. I have just edited the spanish entry of the table. It said that the VAT identification number is IVA. That is wrong. IVA is the name of the tax (i.e. IVA = VAT). The VAT identification number is the CIF. There seems to be the same problem in the entries for other countries. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 158.42.65.129 (talk) 08:45, 11 March 2008 (UTC)

I agree, in each one of the different language pages, the subject itself has been translated, so for example if you search for Partita IVA you get an Italian script about the Italian corporate tax code, however, changing the language to Dutch gives you a script about the Dutch tax code. This has to be wrong. What should happen is that you get a Dutch script describing the Italian tax code. (Surely) JK —Preceding unsigned comment added by 193.32.30.68 (talk) 12:34, 21 February 2011 (UTC)

Sweden[edit]

"12 digits, of which the last two are always 01 e.g. SE999999999901. The first 10 digits are the same as the Swedish organisationsnummer".

When I follow the source, and read in Swedish, I see, that this is only for "enkla bolag". My experience tells me that "01" is the most common last digits among Swedish companies, but other numbers do exist for other kinds of companies, especially those who has an office on several locations. -- Lavallen (talk) 15:08, 24 April 2013 (UTC)