Fines for lack of online cash desks postponed until September
31.05.2017 3093

Fines for lack of online cash desks postponed until September

The letter of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation states that entrepreneurs will be able to avoid fines for the lack of a new type of cash register equipment if they have an agreement on the delivery of a “fiscal drive” with “reasonable deadlines” for execution on 1 of July. The average delivery time now is 35-60 days, but in some regions it reaches up to 90 days, Kommersant writes.

Yesterday, the Ministry of Finance sent a letter to the Federal Tax Service (Federal Tax Service), Rospotrebnadzor and the Ministry of Internal Affairs on the non-use of administrative fines for business representatives who took "exhaustive measures" to switch to new online cash desks. Retailers who managed to conclude an agreement on the supply of new equipment will be able to avoid fines and are awaiting its receipt. In some regions of Russia, the delivery time reaches 90 days.

Fines for non-use of CCP by a business that must use it amount to 25-50% of the amount passed by the cashier, but not less than 10 thousand rubles. (for officials). For legal entities, the punishment can be 75-100% of this amount, but not less than 30 thousand rubles.

The FTS reported that 49% of retailers have now switched to the new cash system. And according to the calculations of "Opora Rossii" by July 1, 1,2 million cash registers of the old model must undergo re-registration.

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