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Exemption from the obligation to have cash registers entered into force

02-01-2015

– Regulation of the Minister of Finance on exemptions from the obligation to keep records using cash registers entered into force as of 1 January 2015 – Klaudia Kaniecka from the Tax Committee of the Employers of Poland informs.

 

 The Regulation on the scope of exemptions from the obligation to keep records using cash registers for the years 2015-2016, determines certain exemptions for a limited period – for certain groups of taxpayers, as well as for some activities – from the obligation to keep records using cash registers, as well as conditions of the exemption.

 

The Ministry of Finance, despite the demands and the comments made during the public consultation, did not prolong the period of adjustment for the new services covered by § 4 up to six months. Two months seems too short, and therefore there is a risk of a sizeable burden for entrepreneurs. Despite this, it is worth noting that the regulation is a positive gesture towards entrepreneurs.

 

Klaudia Kaniecka, Tax Committee of Employers of Poland