Azerbaijani State Tax Service talks about planned changes in legislation

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By Trend The changes that are planned to be made into the legislation “On non-cash payments” will not create an administrative burden on citizens in Azerbaijan, the State Tax Service under the Azerbaijani Ministry of Economy told Trend . The bill on changes to the Law “On Cashless Payments” is under consideration in the Azerbaijani parliament. According to the bill, non-cash payments that are planned to be made are as follows: Retail sales over 4,000 manat ($2,352) within one transaction; Medical payments over 500 manat ($294) within one transaction; Prizes in the amount of over 3,000 manat ($…

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