TRADIOTIONAL FISCAL DEVICES IN POLNAD AND THE CONCEPT OF THEIR MODERNIZATION
Marta Jakubowska ()
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Marta Jakubowska: Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun
Copernican Journal of Finance & Accounting, 2019, vol. 8, issue 1, 125-138
In connection with the upcoming changes in the area of fiscal policy, this article presents the traditional fiscal devices in Poland and the planned concept of their modernization. For this purpose, it describes traditional fiscal equipment operating on the Polish market, which, notably, has not been characterised in detail in the literature so far. Therefore, to the best of her knowledge, the author made the first systematic description and classification of devices used for transaction fiscalisation and also comprehensively presented the current structure of this market. An important objective of the work was to present an innovative concept of online fiscalisation. The author proposed her own definition of this concept. As the solution is highly advanced, it was presented on the basis of technical documentation, internal reports of Polish and foreign companies-producers of cash registers, as well as reports of consulting companies, especially from countries where the online fiscal system is already operating. The article also uses a part of the author’s expert study on the expected effects of the introduction of “online cash registers”.
Keywords: fiscal system; traditional fiscal devices; online fiscalisation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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