NAV Finds Irregularities at Lakeside Inspections

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This year, the auditors of the National Tax and Customs Administration (NAV) are again inspecting catering establishments, beach vendors and accommodations around Lake Balaton and Lake Velence, and so far almost a quarter of the inspections have revealed some kind of irregularity, writes hrportal.hu.

According to NAV's announcement yesterday, the auditors examined, among other things, the issuing of receipts and invoices, the notification of employees, and the sale of excise products in more than 1,800 cases until the first week of August.

The issuing of receipts and invoices, which make up the majority of the inspections, and the examination of the notification of employees revealed more than 400 omissions.

In almost 300 of these cases, problems related to the operation of online cash registers or failure to issue receipts were recorded, and 83 entrepreneurs did not report their employees.

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