The Tax Administration will soon apply a new billing technology system. The fiscalization project aims to create an on-line real-time monitoring system of fiscal devices such as cash payments for business-customer transactions as well as business-to-business transactions.
The new system, unlike the current one built in 2010, will also be linked to the current risk management module and subsequently to customs, to enable a deeper analysis of the fiscal responsibilities of individual entities and transactions of businesses.
Currently, fiscal devices transmit data to the central system via GPRS, at the end of the working day, when the cash pool is manually closed. The current system is centralized; does not identify the coupon in real time, but only transmits the total turnover and the total number of coupons printed from each fiscal device once a day. At the same time, with the current system there is no detailed analysis of risk management and control; electronic business-to-business invoices and block bills are not identified due to non-disclosure of the seller and the buyer, these elements necessary for the effectiveness of the work of the tax administration.
Apart from addressing these shortcomings, the new system also brings some important innovations:
– It is a comprehensive system covering Business-Consumer (B2C) and Business-Business (B2B) transactions;
-To enable better monitoring of all taxpayers and targeted audit, reduce administrative costs and increase the efficiency of the Tax Administration;
-To enable the automatic filling of forms that taxpayers have to submit to tax authorities (sales and purchase books, or pre-fill certain areas of the VAT return);
-In B2B transactions, it will be possible for the buyer to determine immediately whether the supplier is indeed a tax payer of VAT.
The fiscalisation project is another important step in the digitalization process of fiscal administration, in favor of capacity building and improved revenue collection efficiency and reduction of fiscal evasion and simultaneous transformation of the relationship and interaction between administration fiscal and taxpayers.