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New document was uploaded: S4 Fiscal Service for Croatia
S4FiscalService for Croatia is an installation package for S4FS fiscal middleware in Croatia. An integrative part of the installation package is, among others, the General Interface Description, the Service Interface Description, Release Notes, the S4F Service Installation Manual, and sensitive data encryption. They are all packed in a zip file that is ready for download. Read more
New Version of User Instructions on Registration of Business Premises, Version 2.3
The Croatian Tax Administration has published a new version of the user instructions on the registration of business premises. The new 2.3 version of this document brings changes to the timeline for reporting changes to business premises. From November 23rd, 2023, in the portal application Fiscalization—Registration of Business Premises, the deadline for reporting business premises status ch... Read more
Clarification on tip fiscalization in Croatia
We have already reported on the upcoming fiscalization of tips in the service industry in Croatia starting on January 1st, 2024. New technical specifications that explain the types of XML messages that need to be sent to the TA for tips have been published, and you can find them on our Fiscal Portal. Read more
Reminder on the end of the dual display of prices in Kuna and Euro in Croatia
As of January 1, 2023, Croatia has officially adopted the euro as its sole legal tender, becoming the 20th member of the euro area. The kuna, which has been the national currency of Croatia since 1994, is no longer used as a legal tender. The dual display started on September 5, 2022, and will last until December 31, 2023, covering a period of four months before and after the introduction of the... Read more
Croatia seeks EU approval for mandatory B2B e-invoicing starting in 2026.
As previously reported, Croatia is preparing to introduce a new system for electronic invoicing, archiving, and reporting for domestic transactions as part of its project "Fiscalization 2.0". The project, which was launched by the Croatian Tax Administration in 2020, aims to modernize and digitalize the country's tax system and prevent tax fraud. However, before implementing the new system, Croat... Read more
Implementation of the ViDA directive faces delays
The European Commission's ambitious plan to modernize and digitalize the EU's value-added tax (VAT) system has been postponed by two years and possibly more after facing resistance from some member states and businesses. The VAT in the Digital Age (ViDA) initiative, which was proposed in December 2022, aimed to introduce a series of measures to reduce VAT fraud, simplify VAT compliance, and promo... Read more
How to fiscalize tips in Croatia?
If a taxpayer who is subject to fiscalization receives a tip for a well-performed service, they must fiscalize it within two days after issuing and fiscalizing the receipt to which the tip relates. More on this process is explained below. Read more