Money changers could receive electronic tills
Currency exchange firms will be required to install electronic tills connected to Hungary’s National Tax and Customs Authority (NAV), deputy state secretary for tax affairs and accounting Zoltán Pankucsi said today on public television.
According to Pankucsi the professional association of money changers had requested the rule be applied to their business as well. Most Hungarian businesses were required to apply the electronic tills that instantly communicate with NAV by fall of last year.
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