Apart from the fact that illegal renters lower the price, they do not pay taxes (thus earning more than you) damage directly to you, as well as to the entire tourist destination. The new State Inspectorate has consolidated the tasks of 17 inspections within eight ministries. Thus, market, sanitary, veterinary, agricultural, hunting, forestry, phytosanitary, tourist, mining, inspection of pressure equipment, energy, management of toxic chemicals, labor, construction, environmental protection, nature protection and water inspection are united. Those who do everything according to the Law do not have to be afraid or intimidated by inspections. Recall, in accordance with the new amendments to the Law on Hospitality, which, among other things, requires that tourism inspectors have the opportunity to apply the principle of opportunity, ie the possibility that minor violations can be warned, with a deadline to correct irregularities, not to they immediately print out fines. So, if someone has listed their apartment on Booking.com, it is easy to see if the same landlord is also registered in the eVisitor system. On the other hand, all those who respect the Law and settle all their obligations to the State, turn out to be “fools” towards those who do not. So accordingly, the question arises whether you will report your “colleagues”, friends, neighbors who rent illegally? On the other hand, illegal renters are unfair competition and a big problem of our tourism. In addition to not paying taxes and all other levies, by lowering prices, they destroy the market and thus are unfair competition to all those who pay everything regularly and according to the law. RELATED NEWS: As the inspections merged and with the reorganization of the independent State Inspectorate, the work of the inspections should have been more efficient and functional. In tourism, it should enable a clearer and more concrete fight against the black and gray economy. Certainly, it is in everyone’s interest to suppress the black market, because they are unfair competition to legal landlords. It is in everyone’s interest to combat illegal landlords. Why would they be “smart” and you “fools”. Yes, that is exactly what everyone who pays according to the law turns out to be. Report illegal landlords as well as anyone else who does not comply with the Act. “Advertising on platforms such as Booking.com and Airbnb can also be a reason to conduct inspections. Namely, the Law on Catering stipulates that when advertising and advertising services and displaying messages in promotional materials, the landlord may use only the designation of the prescribed type and the category and type of special standard of the facility determined by the competent office, and when advertising and advertising services with taxpayers from the European Union must indicate the tax number, ie VAT identification number”, They explain in the inspectorate for Poslovni dnevnik. TAX ADMINISTRATION MOVES FISCALIZATION SUPERVISION IN THE ACCOMMODATION SERVICE SECTOR Everyone must pay taxes and all levies prescribed by law, including landlords. We need fair market competition, so let the one who is better, more creative, more proactive, more capable “win” and the one who invests more in quality and gives his personal contribution as a host. Non-payment of taxes, non-registration of workers and illegal landlords are the cancer of the wound of our tourism, and the State Inspectorate will focus on that. In order to carry out better control and bring order to the black zone, under the new law, inspectors will be able to enter facilities that have not reported renting accommodation. It is the tourism sector, renters and catering facilities, announced by the State Inspectorate, that will be in focus before the start of the peak tourist season. The unified State Inspectorate began operations on Monday (April 01st). How to find illegal renters? Simply. Assistance to the State Inspectorate will be eVisitor data where all renters must register, and illegal renters will be compared with data / advertisements on the strongest booking portals, such as Booking.com and Airbnb.com. Illegal renters are unfair competition
Hard charger Clay Norris went from 19th starting to first at the finish of the opening night IMCA Modified main event at Legit Speedway Park’s Scrappin’ 40 special. (Photo by Jason Brickey) WEST PLAINS, Mo. (May 24-25) – Clay Norris stole the show on opening night of Legit Speedway Park’s Scrappin’ 40 Weekend. Tyler Vinson, Mark Norris and Keith Hammett were scored next. Clay Norris started 14th and rounded out the top five. There was no catching the veteran Walsh on Saturday. A five-time IMCA track champion at West Plains, he started outside the front row and led green to checkers. Both were IMCA Modified feature winners at West Plains, with Norris racing from 19th to win the Friday feature and $750 on Friday, and Walsh leading all 40 laps en route to the $1,000, Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying checkers on Saturday. “We raced with some of the best drivers around and we had a blast,” said Norris. “The track was beyond phenomenal.” Shawn Walsh led start to finish on Saturday at Legit Speedway Park, earning $1,000 and a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth along with the Scrappin’ 40 IMCA Modified checkers. (Photo by Legit Speedway photographer Tena Bailey with Captured Moments Photography by Tena) Feature Results May 24 – 1. Clay Norris; 2. Shawn Walsh; 3. Mark Norris; 4. Bryce Clark; 5. Ryan Gilmore; 6. Joey Gee; 7. Keith Hammett; 8. Tyler Vinson; 9. Carl Murphy; 10. Rick Englesur; 11. Robert Davis; 12. Chris Tonoli; 13. Rusty Jeffrey; 14. Steve Picou; 15. Derek Watson; 16. Ashton Wilkey; 17. Daryl Hay; 18. Shane Gibbons; 19. Mikey Bell; 20. Brad Gholson; 21. Creed Slater; 22. Cam Rank; 23. Madison Holloway; 24. Chad Tilley. Shawn Walsh was the show on night two. He made his charge through the pack using the lower line, caught long-time leader Walsh and stayed in front to the finish for his career first sanctioned win. Walsh settled for second. “This was our first weekend out this season,” Walsh said following career win number 70 in the division. “We were good for 30 laps on Friday and for all 40 laps on Saturday.” Mark Norris, Bryce Clark and Ryan Gilmore finished third through fifth, respectively. After a tough heat race outing, Norris gained his starting spot deep in the Friday field by running second in his ‘B’ feature. May 25 – 1. Walsh; 2. Vinson; 3. Mark Norris; 4. Hammett; 5. Clay Norris; 6. Clark; 7. Robbie McClain; 8. Bell; 9. Tony Schaberg; 10. Davis; 11. Gee; 12. Wilkey; 13. Jeffrey; 14. Gilmore; 15. Shane Kelley; 16. Chadd Avey, 17. Matt Barry; 18. Slater; 19. Travis Mosley, 20. Picou; 21. Jon Gray; 22. Garry Billings Jr.; 23. Murphy; 24. Tonoli.