The Slovenia Times

Govt to Decide on Tax-certified Cash Registers


The new system will upgrade a softer version, in place since 2012, which bans the use of software that allows a subsequent deleting of receipts and increases tax receipts substantially.

The next step will be a centralised oversight system, which is for instance already in place in Croatia and which is believed to prevent any tampering with receipts whatsoever.

If the action plan is confirmed, the government will start drafting a relevant law, which is expected to be completed by the end of March and voted on in parliament in May so that it could enter into force on 1 June.

At the same time, a public tender for the establishment of a special information system at the Financial Administration (FURS) is expected to be published.

Costs of the introduction of tax-certified online cash registers have been estimated at EUR 2m for the state, while costs for providers are not expected to exceed EUR 200-300.

While big business has endorsed the move, small business, represented by the Chamber of Trade Crafts and Small Business (OZS), is opposed to the online registers due to the costs and additional red tape involved.


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