The discussion table between the Revenue Agency, Sogei and Assosoftware is continuing with the possibility of presenting digital alternatives to the market to carry out the fulfillment of telematic fees.
Decree-Law No 119 of 23 October 2018 has transformed from optional into mandatory adoption of the process of electronic storage and telematic transmission of daily fees by all taxable persons VAT, first for those years with a turnover exceeding 400 thousand euros, subsequently
The compliance of the law decree provides for the use of Intelligent and Telematic Cash Recorders.
The Revenue Agency has also issued a software solution to meet those operators who do not intend to invest in hardware.
The open discussion table focuses on the possibility of developing digital solutions alternative to that made available by the Revenue Agency, integrated to the accounting management in use, and thus offer the market a variety of alternatives and possibilities.
Software solutions will have unmistakable advantages, such as flexibility, the possibility of being accessible even on the move and above all will not make it necessary to bear installation and maintenance costs, making them accessible to operators with few daily transactions.
In line with this scenario Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting Italy hopes for a quick conclusion of the discussion table to make this technological diversification possible quickly.
Wolters Kluwer announces that it will soon be in a position to offer mobile, flexible, economic and simple technological solutions to the market, which will complement what has already been developed to support the activities of accountants and intermediaries in general during the transition period since the entry into force