Professionals, the POS obligation could be brought forward to 30 June 2022

15/04/2022 – Obligation of POS and electronic invoicing to limit tax evasion. These are two new features contained in the draft of the PNRR 2 Decree, examined by the Council of Ministers on Wednesday 13 April.

The measures are being evaluated. Compared to the text entered, government sources have revealed some adjustments. In any case, these are changes destined to have a strong impact on the activity of professionals.

POS obligation from 30 June 2022

The PNRR 2 Decree, in the version entered in CdM, anticipates from 1 January 2023 at 30 June 2022 the obligation to have a POS and to accept electronic payments.

Anyone who does not accept card payments will be punished with a penalty equal to 30 euros, increased by 4% of the value of the rejected transaction.

Electronic invoicing extends the obligation

As a result of the PNRR 2 Decree, a greater number of professionals could be subject to the obligation of electronic invoicing.

The decree entered into CdM provided for the total cancellation of the exemption. If this version had been passed, all professionals, regardless of the level of revenues achieved, would have been subject to the obligation of electronic invoicing.

During the meeting, the Minister of Economic Development, Giancarlo Giorgetti, proposed exempting flat-rate professionals within 25 thousand euros of income until 2024.

We remind you that, currently, they are not required to electronic invoice all the flat rate professionals, that is, professionals with revenues of up to 65 thousand euros. Even the softer version, proposed by Giorgetti, would therefore represent a squeeze for professionals.

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