Electronic record of sales in the Czech Republic

25.5.2016 Jaroslava Cihelková Jaroslava Cihelková

After long political discussions, the Czech Republic has adopted a law on the electronic records of sales (EET) in April 2016. The State receives immediate information about all cash transactions of entrepreneurs. Is the risk of potential misuse of such information and benefits of fair tax collection really outweighed? Are these initiatives, along with international […]

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The electronic cash register in the Slovak Republic

24.5.2016 Martin Kiňo Martin Kiňo

According to the Act on the use of electronic cash registers (“ECR”) and with effect from the 1st of  January 2012 entrepreneurs who sell goods or provide specified services and meet the statutory conditions are obliged to use electronic cash registers with a fiscal memory. Repair and maintenance of these cash registers can only be […]

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Austria: The introduction of cash registers from May 2016

24.5.2016 Werner Braun

In Austria, companies that exceed a certain amount of sales have to use a cash register from the beginning of May, 2016. The following article gives a detailed overview of the situation. There were, and still are, long discussions about the obligations of the introduction of cash registers in Austria. Some small entrepreneurs even filed […]

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The April issue of MO(O)RE NEWS CZECH brings latest information about Profit adjustment of transfer prices, Electronic record of sales, VAT refund for receivables in insolvency proceedings. We also inform about the first call for proposals in the programme Low Carbon Technologies. PDF version of our magazine can be found in Publications – Newsletter section. […]

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