The following table provides an overview of fiscalisation in Bulgaria. Which law, regulation, etc. the fiscalisation is based on, which additional (technical) components must be used, in which form they are available and how the fiscalised data must be stored.
|Value Added Tax Act
|Certified receipt printer - "fiscal printer"
|list of supported fiscal printers Bulgaria
|In the protected memory of the fiscal printer - archiving in RetailForce Cloud optional.
|Data transmission to tax authorities
yes - by fiscal printer via GPRS (fiscal printer contains SIM card - note: annual SIM fees!)
|Certification / audit
Bulgarian fiscal regulations require certification of certain components of the cash register, which are listed below.
|Responsible for certification
|Cash register software
|Manufacturer of the POS software (see "Characteristics")
|Fiscal hardware ("Fiskal printer")
|Manufacturer of the receipt printer
Characteristics of the implementation with RetailForce.
- By using the FLink solution, which is certified in Bulgaria, as part of the RetailForce system, there is no need to certify the POS software.
- Please note: Configuration Bulgaria.
Fiscal printer Bulgaria
For compliant cash register operation, the Bulgarian tax authorities require the use of a certified printer ("fiscal printer").
The commissioning of the printer at the cash register operator's location is carried out by a service company authorised for this purpose.
The service technician also registers the fiscal printer with the tax authorities. The following documents are issued:
- Registration confirmation (this contains the registration number)
- "Passport" of the printer
The so-called "Passport" is an approx. 80-page document which confirms that the printer complies with the legal framework conditions.
Both documents (registration confirmation and passport) must be / remain at the same location as the printer.
Normally, the "Name of the operator" is printed in the first line of the fiscal document.
Especially with test printers, "N/A" is printed here.
The name of the operator is usually stored in the printer by the service technician. There is no obligation in Bulgarian law to correctly state the name of a changing operator. Therefore, the same operator can always be used.