- Small business will not be affected by significant changes from current operating practices. The changes consist only in updating the current cash registers, to ensure that they are in line with the changes in reporting. For some models, purchased years ago, this may mean replacement while for devices purchased in recent years, the upgrade will most likely only mean updating their software. Any other practice will remain the same.
- Big business will be involved in the most important changes. Through the new system, the exchange of information with the tax authorities will be in real time, as well as detailed. In contrast to the current practice of monthly reporting of sales and purchase books, the new law stipulates that invoices for sale be reported in no later than 48 hours, and the reporting must contain the full invoice, including items. The new practice also requires that the internal movements of goods (accompanying invoices) between warehouses be reported before the movement and contain all goods. These changes, in addition to changes in internal business systems (ERP, Sales or Billing) will require changes in internal operations as well as communication practices with customers or partner businesses.
ProFisc enables you to check the status of each business where you are before sending an invoice. In the system, after you enter the NIPT, information will be displayed if the NIPT is active or passive, the name of the subject and his address.
It is enough to have internet and you can access the program from any place. The program does not need installation costs.
It is based & hosted on Microsoft cloud (Azuro) TOP WORLD and works 24 hours a day. The data is secure and confidential.
Yes, the program is an open system that can be linked to any type of financial program, ERP, foreign and domestic. The program also allows you to record invoices manually that can work independently of a financial system.
If you were in the business of making a cash transaction, as in the case of a fast food or market, what would you recommend for an existing cash register, or a new system that supports software solutions?
In the medium term, large-scale sales networks that own sales systems (POS) would move completely to software fiscalization solutions. To protect current investments, I believe these networks will use the current fiscal equipment and at the same time, over the next year, businesses need to build a migration plan.
The obligation of taxpayers who conduct sales transactions with public entities, begins on January 1, 2021. Likewise, and public entities, after this date, for goods or services purchased by taxpayers will receive only the electronic invoice, which will be the only valid tax documentation for supplies received.