CNVOS: Fiscal Cash-Registers should not Be Mandatory for CSOs with Small Sales Revenues

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CNVOS, supported by a number of CSOs in Slovenia, has proposed to the Ministry of Finance amendments on the draft Law on approval of invoices which includes mandatory introduction of the so-called fiscal cash registers, directly associated with the PARS’s proprietary information system, for all legal persons who issue an invoice for the sale of goods and services and receive payment in cash, which also includes civil society organizations. In their proposal, the CSOs demand, firstly, that the use of electronic fiscal cash registers should not be required for CSOs, which had less than 10.000 euros from the sale of goods and services in the past year. Secondly, that the Tax Office develops and publishes a program on-line which CSOs could use to free-of-charge on their computers for confirmation invoices in line with the law. More information is available here.

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