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More time to adapt cash register - extension to October!

Italy

More time to adapt cash registers – extension to October!

qr code fiscalization

Greece

Commencing March 31, 2021, QR code must be included in the fiscal receipts issued – postponed!

cash register romania anaf

Romania

The first cash registers will connect to the ANAF server on March 31, 2021. 

qr code fiscalization

Greece

Although the start of obligation of transmitting all of the data required for the fulfilment of myDATA obligation has been postponed several times, on March 13th, 2021 the latest postponement to July 1st 2021 was published. For more info read our blog.

Starting from January 1 2021 in Croatia, QR code will become mandatory element of fiscal receipt. Fiscalization

Croatia

In Croatia, starting from January 1, 2021, the QR code will become a mandatory element of fiscal receipt.

VAT rate reduction postponed in Poland. According to the Government, a plan to cut standard VAT rate from 23% to 22% is postponed due to corona-virus pandemic.

Poland

VAT rate reduction postponed in Poland. According to the Government, a plan to cut the standard VAT rate from 23% to 22% is postponed due to the corona-virus pandemic.

in Germany five federal states announced deferral of the KassenSichV (TSE) implementation deadline. As a result, new date is set to March 31

Germany

In Germany, five federal states issued a decree in regard to deferral of the KassenSichV (TSE) implementation deadline. As a result, new date is set to March 31, 2021.

belgium

Belgium

Belgium approved VAT rate reduction from 21% to 6% for the HORECA sector until December 31st 2020. More information can be found here.

Austria’s Ministry of Finance reduced VAT rate from 20% to 10% on non-alcoholic beverages in order to support HORECA sector.

Austria

Austria’s Ministry of Finance reduced VAT rate from 20% to 10% on non-alcoholic beverages in order to support HORECA sector.

The Government approved the decrease in VAT for masks and disinfectant gel approved to combat the pandemic. Reduction to the reduced rate (6%) in force.

Portugal

The Government of Portugal approved the decrease in VAT for masks and disinfectant gel in order to combat the pandemic.

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