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The receipt - rubbish or helpful against tax fraud? What was introduced at the beginning of 2020 with the aim of avoiding tax fraud has since then manifested itself mainly as a cascade of additional expenses and a flood of wasted resources: the receipt obligation. Some consider the receipt issue obligation necessary to limit tax fraud, others see it critically and say the regulation brings
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Direct and indirect emissions from paper receipts In the production of paper and cardboard, Germany alone emits an average of about 10 million tons of CO2 annually (Statista, 2020). This value has been stable since 2006, but is difficult to reconcile with the ambitious targets of the new climate protection law. The new edition of the law has once again tightened Germany's climate protection targets. Overall
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POS Marketing: Everything you need to know about it Marketing directly at the point of sale is obligatory nowadays: because merely good prices and high-quality products and services as well as attractive visual merchandising have long since ceased to be sufficient for good sales success. Because luck rarely plays a role when customers end up buying more than planned - instead
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Advertise successfully with geomarketing "I know half my advertising is money thrown out. I just don't know which half." - For years, this sentence by Henry Ford pretty much hit the core problem of marketing: how to measure the success of measures and campaigns? How do you know that the target group is really taking notice of the messages and buying them?
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Compulsory cash register receipt - effects and opportunities Tax fraud costs the German state several million euros every year. In order to prevent this in the future, regulations were introduced to protect cash register systems with a "technical security device" (TSE) and to maintain the integrity of the data. In addition - as a kind of double protection - the cash register receipt obligation was introduced just under a year ago. This has been in force since
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