Excise duty declarations
Starting from 1 January 2023, the requirement to keep excise goods records in an electronic form using a computer program will be introduced. It results from the Excise Duty Act and the Executive Order on records and other documentation relating to excise goods and excise tax marks (Journal of Laws of 2021, item 1150).
Currently, records are often kept in paper form. Several types of records are commonly used. Within a single company, not all of them are applied, but organizations have to be fully prepared in case there are circumstances and events that need to be recorded.
It’s crucial to use a solution that meets official requirements and is simple to implement and maintain. It’s also essential to have vendor support in case of potential failures and regulatory changes.
Records must be managed in accordance with the written instructions for the computer program used to maintain the documents to:
- Allow access to the entries content and ensure stored data protection,
- Allow an insight into data corrections, identification of the person making the correction and correction date,
- Allow to generate and print, in chronological order:
a) records entries,
b) data statements and summary of the number of excise goods,
c) reports referred to in § 6,
- Prevent entries deletion.
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- On 22/10/2021