Fiscalization in Czech Republic entered into force in 2016, December 1st with a step-by-step levels of mandatory implementations for different entities during 2016-2018. It is the type of fiscalization most common with model previously introduced in Croatia and Slovenia.
Fiscal law timeline
On the basis of modern communication and good results already practiced in Croatia and Slovenia, Czech Republic also choose the type of fiscalization which includes that fiscal relevant transactions have to be sent to the fiscal authority through Internet for authorization.
Every relevant fiscal transaction created at POS system has to have online authorization in real time by Tax authorities. So, internet access is a must.
Information that have to be sent to the Tax Administration are: amounts, income taxes, unique cashier number (OIB), payments information, etc.
After the transaction information was sent, the Tax Authority’s central server returns certain identification keys, which have to be printed on the receipt.
So, If there is no internet connection, customer services are in progress even though Retailers are offline. Every receipt has to be printed, but reauthorization will be followed later, within 48 hours.
Steps for new store for getting fiscal registration
Any change of store data have to be reported to authority electronically within 15 days