September 09, 2021

Does your cash register solution meet the future digital requirements from SKAT?


Efforts against undeclared work in the retail industry have been eveolved even further. From January 1st, 2024, it will be mandatory for several companies with a turnover of less than DKK 10 million to use digital cash register solutions.

Written by Peter Møller
Retail
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More specifically, these are cafés, pubs, discos, pizzerias, grill bars, ice cream parlors, grocery stores and 24-hour kiosks as well as restaurants - a total of approx. 12,500 companies. In addition, all businesses where the Tax Administration finds insufficient registration of sales can be required to use a digital cash register solution as early as 1 July 2021.

The initiative is a follow-up to a political agreement with the heading "Strengthened efforts against undeclared work", which a majority of the parliamentary parties entered into in September 2017.

In the wake of the agreement, the Tax Administration has carried out an analysis that shows that in the above industries, errors occur more often in connection with the registration of sales compared to other industries. This applies not only to honest mistakes, but to a large extent also to deliberate cheating.


SKAT's current requirements for invoicing

When you sell exclusively or primarily to private consumers, you can print a receipt for your customer through your checkout solution or issue a simplified invoice. A receipt and a simplified invoice must contain the same information - except for the "consecutive number," which is only required for the invoice. These are currently the following requirements:

  • Company name or registration number (CVR no./SE no.)
  • Date of issue
  • Art of delivery
  • The size of the VAT amount
  • Sequential number/invoice number (only valid for invoice)

With the above requirements, your cash register solution does not have to be digital for it to be approved by SKAT, but this will change for the previously mentioned industries. This means that if you belong to one of the above industries, have a turnover of less than 10 million, and do not own a digital cash register solution, you will be forced to invest in a new one.

 

How can we help?

Our cash register solution 52RETAIL is an integrated server/client solution that automatically leaves a complete transaction track over time. This means that we will be able to deliver reports and standard extracts that match the public authorities' requirements already now and in the future after 2024.
As a customer of Fiftytwo, you can therefore be sure to live up to the future requirements from SKAT without having to do more - however, it requires that you upgrade to the latest release during 2023.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

 

Author Peter Møller

Peter Møller has + 30 years of experience with IT solutions, and he is a specialist within retail and e-Commerce. He helps some of Denmark's and the Nordic region's largest retail chains to run an optimal business. Reach out to Peter | Peter Møller, Director, Sales & Marketing | +45 25 50 56 31 | pmo@fiftytwo.com

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