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Six-month reduction in VAT. Standard VAT rate is to be reduced from 19% to 16%. Reduced rate is to be reduced from 7% to 5%

POLAND: Online cash register obligation postponed

The gastronomy, hotel, and coal sales industries in Poland will not have to install online cash registers on July 1st this year. Due to the pandemic, this deadline will be ...
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According to the current legal situation, cash registers in Germany must be equipped with a TSE from October 1, 2020. So far, nothing has changed with the Corona crisis. This date is no longer realistic for several reasons as follows:

GERMANY: KassenSichV (TSE) deadline postponement because of COVID-19?

According to the current legal situation, cash registers in Germany must be equipped with a TSE from October 1, 2020. So far, nothing has changed with the Corona crisis. This ...
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According to government, spending limit on contactless card payments in France is to rise from € 30 to € 50 starting from May 11th 2020.

FRANCE: Contactless limit increases to € 50

With the implementation of barrier measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus, contactless payment has boomed. The spending limit on contactless card payments is to rise from € 30 ...
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Cash registers reporting obligation Austria

AUSTRIA: Cash register reporting obligation during temporary closure due to COVID-19

Due to the current developments in Austria, we would like to point out that in the event of a temporary cessation of operations (e.g. temporary closure due to measures to ...
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In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, government of Portugal established temporary measures to encourage the acceptance of card-based payments.

PORTUGAL: Promotion of card-based payments during COVID-19 pandemic

Decree-Law no. 10-H / 2020 published on 26th March 2020 establishes exceptional and temporary measures to encourage the acceptance of card-based payments in Portugal, due to COVID-19 pandemic.  In order ...
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SERBIA: Defiscalization of fiscal cash registers during temporary closure due to a state of emergency

SERBIA: Defiscalization of fiscal cash registers during temporary closure due to a state of emergency

In accordance with the Government's decision, taxpayers who temporarily close their retail stores should not defiscalize fiscal cash registers, unless they have reported temporary closure in the Business Registers Agency. ...
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