fiskaly specializes in unifying the different legislations under one roof & offering a one-click solution. Our vision drives us to provide the best products for a one-click fiscalization.
Fiskaly’s team consists of technical and financial experts. Since 2015, we have been developing innovative solutions for the fiscalization of business cases.
The KassenSichV — Cash Register Security Regulation — is based on the Act on Protection against Manipulation of Digital Basic Records of December 16, 2016 and came into force on January 1, 2020.
Together with the KassenSichV, the obligation to issue receipts came into force in Germany on January 1, 2020.
fiskaly is your partner for fiscalization: we provide the technologies and features to fiscalize your cash register and transmit receipts electronically.
Experts have been working on our solutions since 2015. They’re behind innovative point-of-sale systems for retailers, businesses as well as POS providers — and everyone in between.
Germany is one of the last countries in Europe to introduce fiscalization of cash registers. Until now, finance ministries in the EU have not been able to agree on uniform standards. For example, each country has developed its own fiscalization rules and therefore very different technologies are used.
fiskaly specializes in bringing together the different legislations under one roof and offering a one-click solution.
Together with the KassenSichV, the obligation to issue receipts came into force in Germany on January 1, 2020. This means that every entrepreneur must provide his customers with a receipt for all transactions. This video explains the key points you need to consider when creating receipts.
In the image on the right you can see the sample document from our video.
The KassenSichV specifies which information must be printed on the receipt.
You can find out the details in our video The Receipt.
On 25.06.2021, the Federal Council decided that it is now possible to replace the readable TSS signature with a QR code. Previously, all TSS signature data had to be printed on the receipt in a human-readable format.
You can find articles on the topic in our blog:
The specifications for the Kassensicherungsverordnung are becoming ever more concrete. We summarize the latest developments and answer the most important questions.