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Tax Inspectors To Start Knocking On Cafe Doors From Today

They gave them a 7-day grace period, but from today there will be no mercy from the tax department for those who have not implemented fiscal cash registered as required under the new fiscalization law which was introduced on 1 January 2013 by the Croatian government.

The state tax department announced that from today its inspectors will be out in the field knocking on cafe doors checking to see whether or not proprietors have set up the new system, which is linked to the state tax office and sends a message each time a receipt is rung up.

So far the tax department has received 20,300,660 receipts, but it says there are thousands still yet to implement the new system. Those caught by the inspectors will get 3 days to introduce the new fiscal registers before being shut down.

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