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Only certified firms allowed to service cash registers

THE TAX Directorate of the Slovak Republic has released on its website a register of servicing companies certified to provide repairs and maintenance of electronic cash registers (ERP). The Tax Directorate began developing the register in early September. It is updated daily, Iveta Adamíková, the spokesperson of the directorate, informed the SITA newswire on October 1.

THE TAX Directorate of the Slovak Republic has released on its website a register of servicing companies certified to provide repairs and maintenance of electronic cash registers (ERP). The Tax Directorate began developing the register in early September. It is updated daily, Iveta Adamíková, the spokesperson of the directorate, informed the SITA newswire on October 1.

The Tax Directorate provided the register based on the law on electronic cash registers.

It defines that only private or corporate entities certified to repair and maintain cash registers can perform these activities. Providers must have a contract concluded with an importer or distributor of cash registers. Furthermore, they must be enrolled in the register of servicing providers.

Topic: Finances and Advisory


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