Obligation To Accept The Pos For Operators: Fines Are On The Way, But Only From 2023

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For the obligation of the operators to accept the POS, with consequent fines for traders who decide not to accept electronic payments, it seems that we will have to wait a little longer.

According to the press, the rule is expected to enter into force on 1 January 2023 and not 2022 as previously reported.

In order to avoid possible problems during the parliamentary process, since the possibility of introducing such a law was also discussed in the past, the text of the amendment will be armored at Palazzo Madama and provides for penalties for a minimum of 30 Euro to which will be added 4%

It should also be pointed out that the rule was intended by almost all the majority and is present in the text of the LD on Recovery Fund, which had the first green light from the Chamber of Deputies last December 21 and should be fired by Parliament by January 5, 2022, otherwise That is why the text was armored.

The use of electronic payment methods has increased in Italy, thanks to the Super Cashback and Cashback that the Government Dragons has cancelled six months after its entry into force.

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