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Fiscal authorities’ anti-fraud operations “New Year’s Eve 2016”

After finalizing the first stage of the “Crystal” operation conducted in several retail centres, an operation that is set to resume at the start of 2016, the National Fiscal Administration Agency’s (ANAF) leadership has decided to use all resources involved in the verification of wholesale retail centres in a new operation dubbed “New Year’s Eve 2016.”
Thus, from December 31 to January 5, anti-fraud inspectors will verify, at national level, all venues hosting New Year’s Eve parties.
The operation seeks to verify the way in which companies register the sums collected for New Year’s Eve packages, as well as the sales of products not included in those packages and carried out on New Year’s Eve.
The action is based on monitoring the organizers’ offers. In the preliminary stage, a risk profile and a list of venues to verify was compiled based on open source data and ANAF data. The data concerns the venues’ capacity, the number of packages offered for sale, the size of supplies procured and their registration within the companies’ bookkeeping.

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