During August of 2021, the Financial Department’s auditors inspected 822 business entities. Non-compliance with the Electronic Cash Register (ERP) Use Act was found in 139 cases. The perpetrators were fined more than 35,000 euros.
Purchasing and Sales Monitoring
August checks on cash registers showed it again Entrepreneurs often violate the ERP usage law by not recording sales. The inspectors inspected a total of 822 commercial entities Made 343 control purchases a 479 On-Site Online Monitoring.
In these cases Monitor monitors on-site operating status and monitors sales recording in electronic cash register system via online tablet It assesses the status of the number of customers who entered the process or purchased goods or services. Hence the entrepreneur will be under control without knowing it. Unless the inspector has doubts about the entrepreneur’s fulfillment of his obligation, Don’t make a purchase under control and don’t restrict the entrepreneur In his work.
Two out of five monitor purchases are a problem
Only in 139 cases did it show that entrepreneurs do not comply with the ERP use law. This relates to 40.5% of monitoring purchases and 17% of the total number of controls, including monitoring. In 102 cases, it was the failure to record sales, which once again proves to be the most common violation of legislation. The inspectors imposed fines of 35,210 euros.
They also conducted seven inspections of businessmen who did not record sales in July. In two cases, they found another violation of the law.
After checking with business more responsible
However, according to the information in the financial report of the Slovak Republic, it was clearly emphasized that the control measures have a clear impact on the behavior of business entities, which was evidenced by the revenue data after the control procedure. Entrepreneurs visited by financial management auditors increased by 7% in the two weeks following the audit compared to the same period before the audit, and the number of treasury bills issued increased by up to 13%.
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