The new requirements for cash registers are to be repealed

The new requirements for cash registers are to be repealed

The requirements for the cash registers for connection to the system of the National Revenue Agency shall be dropped. This will be done by repealing the provisions in the specific article of the Value Added Tax Act (VATA), concerning the requirements for declaration and use of sales management software (SUPTO). Such amendments in the tax legislation were adopted by the Council of Ministers.

The reason for repealing is the great public response on the relevant Ordinance H-18 and the numerous reports for increasing the administrative burden and business costs that such requirements create, especially in a pandemic environment that has posed a number of challenges for economic operators.

The Law on Excise Duties and Tax Warehouses will be amended by the Law on Value Added Tax. The idea is to reduce the administrative burden for licensed warehousekeepers without delayed excise payments, where it is necessary to exceed the determined and provided security for the tax warehouse.

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