OUR SYSTEM IS FULLY PREPARED FOR EET
WHAT is EET?
3rd Phase from the 1st of May 2020 – other activities except for those in the 4th phase, such as individual professions, transporting and agricultural activities
4th Phase from the 1st of May 2020 – selected crafting and manufacturing activities
The Czech Financial Administration has chosen to implement the Croatian EET model, which can simply be illustrated as follows:
HOW does EET work?
Do i need Internet for EET?
WHAT IF I need to make a cancellation?
WHAT do I have to do before EET?
5 steps before EET comes into effect
Below we have prepared a brief guide on what steps you need to take before EET comes into effect. Do you need help? Get in touch with us and we will be happy to help you arrange everything!
Do not forget to place informative signs in your establishment
You will be obliged to print out informative signs with the EET law.
According to the new EET law, you will be required to have the below listed statement(s) clearly and visibly placed in your establishment, for customers to easily notice. The statement should inform customers that the transactions and payments carried out in your business are electronically recorded. This will allow customers to verify their recorded payments at a later time through the Internet. The statement must include the below text:
“Podle zákona o evidenci tržeb je prodávající povinen vystavit kupujícímu účtenku. Zároveň je povinen zaevidovat přijatou tržbu u správce daně online; v případě technického výpadku pak nejpozději do 48 hodin”
Sellers who record their sales offline are obliged to use the statement below:
“Podle zákona o evidenci tržeb je prodávající povinen vystavit kupujícímu účtenku. Příjemce tržby eviduje tržby ve zjednodušeném režimu, tzn. je povinen zaevidovat přijatou tržbu u správce daně nejpozději do 5 dnů”