On 9 October 2019, a bill amending the Accountancy Act was introduced to the National Assembly. The bill proposes simplification of the disclosure rules for dormant enterprises (i.e. enterprises not engaging in any activities during a reporting period). Under the proposed amendments:
- dormant sole traders will be exempt from the obligation to submit a declaration of the lack of any activities to the Commercial Register; and
- all other dormant enterprises must file such a declaration only for the first dormant period.
Currently, all dormant enterprises must submit a declaration of lack of any activities on an annual basis.