Online cash registers optional for medical entities

Online cash registers optional for medical entities?

The dental committee of the NRL has asked the Ministry of Finance to clarify imprecise regulations on the purchase of online cash registers before offices – including dental – conducted in the form of medical entities.

Some time ago, the dental committee of the NRL reported on the March 3, 2022 issued by the Director of the National Tax Information. Individual interpretation, which shows that the obligation to replace traditional cash registers with online cash registers will not apply to practices – including dental – conducted in the form of medical entities.

The basis for these interpretations is not clear, so the NRL has sent a request to the Minister of Finance for clarification on this issue – whether indeed all treatment entities are exempt from this obligation. Despite the passage of a month after the letter was sent, the response has not arrived so far. NRL will send another letter, urging a response.

Dentists who run medical entities are reminded that failure to replace a paper cash register with an online one may result in the denial of reimbursement for part of its purchase costs. If a medical entity wishes to install an online cash register, it is worth asking the Tax Office competent for the entity's registered office for a written assurance of receiving a portion of the reimbursement. Medical practices (individual and group) have the obligation to replace cash registers and all the correspondence with the Minister of Finance mentioned above does not apply to the situation of practices at the moment. Practices must replace these cash registers – informs NRL.

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