Parliament and the end of EET. The businessman will not be under suspicion, especially Stanjura | House


An entrepreneur will not be a gross suspect who has to develop 24 hours a day, seven days a week and prove the truth that he is not cheating, he is not, Stanujra said. For example, he pointed out that the number of non-cash transactions is growing and that there is no registration requirement.

Last year they represented 60 percent of all needs, and according to the vision this will increase to 80 percent by 2025, Stanjura stressed. In addition, he changed the established and now other possibilities of the Paul tax, where electronic registrations have only negligible influence.

Finance Minister Schiller boasted that the dissolution of the EET is practically the only point of the government program that Petr Fiala’s cabinet coalition (ODS) is likely to deliver. This is exactly what I see as one of the main reasons for this completely illogical and stupid attempt to destroy electronic data on needs, she said.

It goes according to the pointless struggle against what the previous governments have introduced with ast YES. The collapse of the EET will be a lifeline for the economy, Schillerov stated.

The members of ANO insist that one of the same projects by the leader of the movement, Andrej Babie, as finance minister, put the business climate in order and generated a hundred pensions. On the other hand, the current government coalition of Petr Fiala (ODS) argues that electronic registration should only be a tool for entrepreneurs, and questions the benefits for the state.

In addition to embezzlement, the House of Representatives will vote YES on another proposal, so that electronic registration must remain optional. The Rozpot Committee also adopted this very different opinion. Suspended, and therefore voluntary, is the record of needs since the covid epidemic.

From December 2016, electronic registration must apply to restaurants and accommodation companies. Since the beginning of 2017, it has been mandatory for entrepreneurs in the wholesale and retail trade. She then had to move on to other fields, such as traders, doctors, taxi drivers, civil servants or lawyers.

Originally, the last phase was to start from May and, according to estimates, another 300,000 entrepreneurs should join the EET. If the Registration of Needs Act had not been repealed, the EET would have been back in a mandatory regime and fully launched from January.


By Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at