2. IAU or security code of the taxpayer According to the Act on Fiscalization in Cash Transactions (OG 121/19) in force since 01 April 2020, which regulates the procedure, taxpayers, the content of invoices for the implementation of the fiscalization procedure – from 01. January 2021. new obligations come into force, ie the obligation to print QR codes on invoices. Thus, from January 1, 2021, the QR code will be a mandatory part of the content of the account in accordance with Art. 9. of the Law on Fiscalization, but only those accounts that are charged with funds that are considered cash transactions. This change will have the greatest impact on the hospitality sector. 4. total invoice amount. The main reason for the introduction of the QR code is that citizens can check their accounts on the basis of Art. 27. of the Law on Fiscalization. In Art. 27 of the Law on Fiscalization states that customers and all recipients of invoices, for which the fiscalization procedure has been performed, can check whether their invoice is reported to the Ministry of Finance, Tax Administration, within 30 days from the date of issuance of the invoice.Checking the invoice is done by sending an SMS message or requesting a web service, available on the website of the Tax Administration. 1. URL to the Tax Administration’s website for account verification The QR code referred to in Article 18a of this Ordinance shall contain at least the record of the following data: 3. date and time of invoice issuance Attachment: Official Gazette: Ordinance on Amendments to the Ordinance on Fiscalization in Cash Transactions In accordance with Art. 2. Law on Fiscalization and Art. 18a paragraph 1 of the Ordinance on fiscalization, a QR code is a two-dimensional code that contains a record of a certain set of data. This code is created by the taxpayer and is printed on the invoice as the obligatory content of the invoice. Find out more in the attachment.
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Governor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff to Honor United States Navy Ensign Sarah Mitchell Flag Order, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered the Commonwealth flag at the Capitol Complex and throughout all public buildings and grounds throughout Bucks County to fly at half-staff to honor United States Navy Ensign Sarah Mitchell.“Ensign Mitchell was taken from her family, friends and fellow sailors far too soon and she will be remembered for her service to our country,” Governor Wolf said. “I ask all Pennsylvanians to join me in honoring and remembering Sarah and all of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.”Ensign Sarah Mitchell passed during training on July 10, 2018. She was from Feasterville, Bucks County.The Commonwealth flag shall be lowered immediately, Tuesday, July 10, 2018, and remain lowered until sunset on the day of interment. All Pennsylvanians are invited to participate in this tribute.The United States flag shall remain at full staff during this tribute. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter July 10, 2018
Two levels of luxury at 20 Midgley St, Carina will be offered for auction on Saturday.TWO years ago, 20 Midgley St, Carina was a ‘cute” 3 bedroom cottage. CoreLogic data shows Carina has had 122 house sales in the last 12 months with a median house price of $661,000.Neighbouring Camp Hill has sold 217 houses in the last 12 months with a median house price of $927,500. The 17 Kennedy Tce, Paddington house that goes to auction tonight at Ray White Paddington.If you’ve been inspired by the TV show The Block, 21 Glamorgan St, Paddington, could be your renovating muse. It’s also on the agenda for tonight’s auction series. Carina is 7km east of the city and borders Carindale, Carina Heights, Cannon Hill and Camp Hill.Three registered bidders are already preparing for this Saturday’s auction and Ray White Stones Corner agent Ben Cannon is confident of a good turnout.“This is rare,’’ Mr Cannon said. “Most times registrations don’t come in until the day.“It’s an indication that come Saturday there’ll be some spirited bidding.” CHECK OUT THE OTHER 78 AUCTIONS AROUND BRISBANE ON SATURDAY More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoThe renovated 1950s post-war home has a large communal living space that flows from the front to the back of the house, with the entertainers kitchen in the middle. The sophisticated entertainer as it looks today.It is now a four bedroom, two and a half bathroom, two-storey house with views of the Seven Hills Bushland Reserve from its new back deck.What hasn’t changed is its address, just two streets from Camp Hill, where the median house price is around $260,000 more. A renovator’s delight at 21 Glamorgan St, Paddington. The house as it used to look with a compact front patio.It goes to auction this weekend having doubled in size. If you can’t wait for the weekend auction drama, Ray White Paddington is hosting its annual neighbourhood auctions tonight from 6pm-9pm.Fourteen properties will go under the hammer at the agency’s 181 Given Tce headquarters including six in Paddington.Find your parents retreat in this renovated four-bedroom house on 407sq m at 17 Kennedy Tce, Paddington. It also has multiple balconies and an inground swimming pool. <<
Rental demand seeing houses snapped up in a week MORE: Record sale for non-riverfront pad Auctioneer Alistair Macmillan in action at Gordon Park. Picture: Sophie FosterThe couple had paid $767,500 for the property on November 23, 2013, and spent the next few years modifying the home.Mr Thomsen said when they bought the property “the bones were here and then we’ve just made additions, we extended downstairs, put in a lot more modifications to the place. We’ve done a lot of landscaping and opened it up a lot more.”“All the family engagements, functions, we’ve had here, christenings and all that (on the back deck).”Mrs Thomsen said it was a beautiful spot for family and friends and the surround sound in the ceiling was already there when they bought it.Bidding was compeititive with 21 bids made for the home in Gordon Park. Picture: Sophie FosterUpdated kitchen zone.Asked what they planned to do for Christmas, Mr Thomsen said “unpack”. The couple have already bought a property in McDowall that they plan to also renovate and then expand their family.“It’s just a relief to have it done,” Mr Thomsen said, adding they’d been well prepared by their agent Ms Bowden. Matthew and Frances Thomsen after their home sold under the hammer for $1.125m on Saturday. Picture: Sophie FosterIt was a day of firsts all round for a modern Queenslander in Brisbane’s north – the first home of a young married couple, which was bought for $1.125m by another Millennial bidding on his first auction. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 Agent Holly Holly Bowden of Ray White – Wilston prepares to put the sold sticker on the property, owned by Matthew and Frances Thomsen. Picture: Sophie FosterMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago“It’s the first real home we’ve sold and to have somebody like Holly that just takes the lead on things, shows you the way, and just really has a good grasp on the realistic nature of selling, puts things in perspective for you.”Mrs Thomsen said: “She’s just been amazing. She’s got us our outcome.”The buyer, whose name was withheld, said he’d been looking for two months and this was only the second house he’d ever put an offer on. “It’s my first auction. It was pretty exciting to have won,” he said. “It’s the second house that I’ve put an offer on. The first one was $1.1m, but I didn’t really want to go hard on that one. I think this is just an amazing house. It’s cool.”Auctioneer Alistair Macmillan said there was plenty of interest with competitive bidding.“It was a great auction,” he said. “It just shows you how strong the market is for good family homes like this and particularly in Gordon Park.” The front yard was immaculate.“By and large we’re seeing that the market is extremely strong at the moment. It’s a combination with low interest rates and not a lot on the market coming up to Christmas. It means buyers probably have limited choice.”He said part of the appeal this weekend was being able to move in before Christmas.“To settle around the 20th of December they needed to buy this weekend to enjoy Christmas in their new home,” he said. “It s a good strong resilient market at the moment.” FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Bidding was compeititive with 21 bids made for the home in Gordon Park. Picture: Sophie FosterBidding kicked off at $900,000, then jumped to $950,000 before hitting a million dollars. All up 19 bids were $1m or higher on the property.The home was declared on the market at $1.095m, with eight bids being made after that point.Both the Thomsens and the successful bidder had their parents with them to celebrate.“It’s six years to the day that we bought it at auction,” Mrs Thomsen told The Sunday Mail. “It feels like forever while you’re waiting for auction day. It’s a very emotional time.” The two storey Queenslander in Gordon Park drew 10 registered bidders.Matthew and Frances Thomsen sold their first home under the hammer for $1.125 million yesterday, six years to the day that they bought it.The four bedroom 1945 house was fully modernised and updated, with the successful buyer – in his late 20s – also walking away happy, having bid on his first auction and winning.The sellers said they’d had many memorable family occasions on the back deck.All up 21 bids were made on the Richmond Street four bed double storey Queenslander, with agent Holly Bowden of Ray White Wilston kept busy getting clarifications from 10 registered bidders spread across the back veranda and the grassy backyard downstairs.“Family homes in Gordon Park are very tightly held which is why there was so much interest,” she said.
Larry Patrick Hurd 30, of Milan, passed away Friday March 30 at his residence. Pat was born Tuesday October 13, 1987 in Dearborn County the son of Donald Hurd and Candy (Collier) Brown. He was an employee of Johnson Controls at Florence, Kentucky. Pat enjoyed fishing, playing video games and was a family man.He is survived by his wife Emilee Hurd; father Donald (Kelly) Hurd, mother Candy (Claude) Brown, son Kaynen Hurd, daughter Rowynn Hurd, brother Dakota Hurd, step brother Chris Brown, sisters Linzy Calendar, Lacey Hurd, and stepsister Katie Ryker.Funeral services will be at 11AM Tuesday at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home at Milan with Pastor Tom Holt officiating. Burial will follow in the German Lutheran Cemetery north of Milan. Visitation will also be 9-11AM Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorials should be directed to the mother, Candy. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, entrusted with arrangements, Box 243, Milan 47031, (812)654-2141. Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Helen M.C. Dau Brauer 99, of Aurora, Indiana, passed from this earth, Saturday November 10, 2018 to be with her Heavenly Father.She was born October 13, 1919 in St Louis, MO, daughter of the late Rev. William H.J. Dau and Helen (Krause) Dau. Helen went to St. John Lutheran School in Aurora, was a 1937 graduate of Aurora High School. She attended the Campbell Business College in Cincinnati, Ohio.Helen worked as a Law Clerk for Doug Denmure’s daddy, Hartell Denmure, she worked at 20th Century Fox Cincinnati for 5 years, St. John Ladies Aid & LWMC, Aid Associates Lutherans. She then went on to work as an Assistant Manager for Sears and Roebuck Company, retiring after over 28 years of service.Helen lived a very active life during her 99 years on this earth. She continued to live alone at her home in Aurora, and didn’t stop driving until she was 95. Helen was a life time member of St. John Lutheran Evangelical Church, serving in numerous capacities throughout the years. She took over the Secretary position on the River View Cemetery Board after Arnolds death, and was active in that capacity until the last several years. Helen enjoyed cooking, baking, sewing, flowers and feeling and watching birds. She also sent cards to shut-ins for Ladies Aid. Helen will be sorely missed by all her many loved ones, friends, and acquaintances.She is survived by her loving family, son, Jerry Brauer of Bloomington, IN; daughter, Sharon (Lester) Widener of Aurora, IN; granddaughters, Robyn May of Lawrenceburg, IN, Lindsey Widener of Aurora, IN; great grandchildren, Kashmir May and Keillan Abdon; brother-in-law, Cecil Rahe of Cincinnati, OH sister-in-law Ramona (Brauer) Shaw of Sidney, NE and many nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by Father, Rev. William H.J. Dau, Mother, Helen Dau, her loving spouse of 59 years, Arnold F. Brauer, brothers, William “Bud” & Margarite “Peg” Dau and Luther & Betty Dau. Her recently departed sister, Emily Dau Rahe.Friends will be received Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm at the St. John Lutheran Church Aurora, 220 Mechanic St., Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at Church, Wednesday at 2:00 pm., following visitation, with Pastor Edward Davis officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to Lutheran Child Welfare, St. John Lutheran Church, Aurora EMS or River View Cemetery . If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Louis van Gaal has told his Manchester United players to prepare themselves for more “boring” meetings because he thinks they are working. “I want to improve every individual, but because of that you also improve the team performance, which is what we are doing. “It means a lot of meetings and a lot of training sessions. I have heard the words ‘boring’ and ‘too rigid’, but it is like that. “I think that every player has to be very happy with his profession because he makes from his hobby his living. Then you have to show your professional attitude.” Van Gaal said the players were “quiet” when he addressed them after the win. There was no chance of muting the celebrations earlier that evening when Martial picked the ball up on the left flank and turned Martin Skrtel twice before jabbing the ball past Simon Mignolet to complete the win. Just like Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick admitted he knew little about the French teenager until deadline day. “I have to be totally honest, I didn’t know an awful lot, no, like many, but I do now,” said the United midfielder, who approached Van Gaal with Rooney about fears of low dressing room morale earlier this year. “He is off the mark now. He has announced himself, everyone has seen it on the big stage. It’s a good start for him. I am sure his confidence will be sky high after that. “It’s a good way to settle him and if that has raised expectation then so be it. That is part of the game.” Following two successive defeats expectations at Liverpool are low. After going 1-0 down to Blind’s curler, the Reds gifted United a second when Joe Gomez hacked Ander Herrera down in the box and he drove the resultant penalty into the roof of the net. “Young Joe will learn you have to stay on your feet in the box,” was Brendan Rodgers’ message to the 18-year-old summer signing from Charlton. Liverpool’s strong start is now a thing of the past. Rodgers admits things will have to change fast to get the team back on track. “We need to improve. We are not creating enough chances or building up the game fast enough,” he said “Technically we need to be better in order to keep the ball more.” The only positive for the Liverpool boss was the stunning overhead kick from Christian Benteke which made it 2-1 just moments before Martial killed off the game. “I thought he was excellent,” Rodgers said of the £32.5million Liverpool forward. “There aren’t too many players who score goals like that.” Press Association The United manager was at pains to point out that his team would not have taken the lead had they not planned and practiced the free-kick drill that led to Daley Blind’s opener. “I have to say the meetings about the set plays and the sessions about the set plays have paid off,” he said. “So I am very happy because the first goal was the deciding goal. “We have a lot of meetings, you know,” Van Gaal added with a grin. David de Gea had made a successful return to action, Anthony Martial scored a stunning goal on debut and United recorded a big win over their most bitter rivals. But Van Gaal was not totally happy with everything he saw on Saturday evening. “As a manager you are never satisfied,” he said. “The fans are very satisfied, the fans are very pleased with David de Gea for example, but I have a criticism for him and I am sorry I have to say that. And that’s for all the players. Van Gaal was in just as defiant a mood on Saturday night as he was on the eve of his team’s morale-boosting 3-1 win over Liverpool. The day after breaking into song mid-press conference to underline how he still had the support of his players and the fans, Van Gaal again poked fun at the stories of apparent unrest in the Old Trafford dressing room.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Melbourne: A ruthless Rafael Nadal showed no mercy in a clinical first round thumping at the Australian Open Monday with fellow former champions Angelique Kerber and Maria Sharapova also romping through. The 17-time Grand Slam winner, who cut short his 2018 season to have surgery on a foot injury, cruised into round two of the year’s opening major 6-4, 6-3, 7-5 against Australian wildcard James Duckworth. “Not easy to come back after a lot of months, especially against a player playing super aggressive on every point,” said the 2009 Australian champion, who showed no sign of any injury worries. “The energy I feel in this place is fantastic,” he added. The Spanish second seed is bidding to become the first man in the Open era, and only third in history along with Roy Emerson and Rod Laver, to win each Grand Slam on two or more occasions. Fifth seed Kevin Anderson also progressed against Adrian Mannarino, with last year’s Wimbledon finalist a 6-3, 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 winner. NextGen Finals champion Stefanos Tsitsipas also went through in four sets. Women’s second seed Angelique Kerber swept past Slovenia’s Polona Hercog 6-2, 6-2, with the Wimbledon champion producing a clinical display to launch her campaign at a tournament she won in 2016. Read More |Roger Federer signals warning for 2019 Australian Open”We now have 2019 and I try to continue to play how I did last year,” said the three-time Grand Slam winner. Sharapova, a winner at Melbourne Park in 2008, signalled her intent with a rare 6-0, 6-0 double bagel demolition of Britain’s Harriet Dart, who ended the match in tears. Playing in her 15th Australian Open, the three-time finalist said she was pleased to go through so easily as she battles back from injuries. Read More |Novak Djokovic eyes glory in favorite Australian Open grand slam”It was a good test for my leg, for my shoulder,” she said. “I’m still working through some painful days. But, you know, I felt like I did all the right things today in order to get through that match.” Fifth seeded Sloane Stephens, the 2017 US Open champion who struggled in her warm-up tournaments in Brisbane and Sydney, got back to business with an easy two-set win against fellow American Taylor Townsend. Eleventh seed Aryna Sabalenka, widely tipped as a potential future champion, also safely negotiated round one on a hot day.But Germany’s 14th seed Julia Goerges, who won the recent Auckland Classic, crashed out, as did former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko. Severe painBritain’s Katie Boulter, meanwhile, created a slice of history by becoming the first woman to win in a third set tiebreak — a new rule introduced to the Open this year. Instead of playing to the death, third or fifth sets now go to a tie-break when the score reaches 6-6 and it becomes the first to 10.It seemed Boulter wasn’t told, fist-pumping and walking to the net at 7/4 before being reminded of the new rule. She went on to beat Russia’s Ekaterina Makarova 6-0, 4-6, 7-6 (10/6).Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki open their title defences later in the day, while Andy Murray takes to the court for what could be his farewell match in Melbourne and potentially his last ever.Swiss maestro Federer, seeded three, has won the last two Australian Opens and is gunning for a record seventh crown and 21st Grand Slam title. He starts off against Denis Istomin on Rod Laver Arena. Former world number one Murray tearfully revealed last week that severe pain from a hip injury was proving too much to bear and he planned to retire this year. He would like to finish at Wimbledon, but admitted the Australian Open could be his last tournament. Spain’s 22nd seed Roberto Bautista Agut is the man who could draw the curtain on Murray’s time Down Under, where he has been a five-time finalist. Denmark’s Wozniacki broke through for her first Slam title here last year, beating Simona Halep in the final, and gets her tournament under way against Belgium’s Alison van Uytvanck.
By Christian RadnedgeLYON, France (Reuters) – A long-range strike from Jackie Groenen sent European Champions the Netherlands into their first women’s World Cup final as they edged Sweden 1-0 after extra time in their semifinal yesterday.The 24-year-old midfielder scored in the 99th minute when she collected a deflected pass outside the box and struck it expertly into the bottom right corner of the goal to put the Dutch into Sunday’s final against holders the United States.The game marked the first time a women’s World Cup semi-final had gone to extra time and it proved a tight contest between the two sides, who last met in the quarter-finals of Euro 2017 when the Dutch won 2-0 before going on to win the competition.The match build-up had focussed on the talented Netherlands forwards such as all-time top scorer Vivianne Miedema (60 goals) and the pacey attack of 2016 Olympic silver medallists Sweden, featuring Stina Blackstenius who had scored the winner against Germany in the previous round.However, it was the goalkeepers who found themselves the busiest players throughout the regulation 90 minutes.Sweden were the brighter side in the first half but could not find a way past Netherlands stopper Sari van Veenendaal.The captain routinely tipped over dangerous inswinging corners and instinctively saved with her foot a close-range toe poke from Lina Hurtig shortly before halftime.The match opened up a bit more in the second half. Sweden defender Nilla Fischer hit the post 10 minutes after the restart and Miedema had her header tipped on to the bar by the fingertips of Hedvig Lindahl.The 36-year-old keeper, who most recently played for Chelsea in England, was equal to the threat of a Dutch side, who grew in confidence, particularly with the introduction of Shanice van den Sanden who flew down the right wing.Lindahl tipped over a fierce strike from the pink-haired van den Sanden in second-half stoppage time. However, her resistance was finally broken by an excellent quick-fire strike from Groenen in the first period of extra time.The midfielder, who will feature for Manchester United in England’s top flight next season, chose the perfect time to register her first shot on target and first goal of the tournament.Despite playing in only their second World Cup, the Netherlands keep their incredible journey going with a final date against the record three-time world champions on Sunday.