"The practice of exercising state control over activities in the markets shows disinterest and often resistance of both tenants and market managers of companies to the process of legalizing market trade", - said the head of the Federal Tax Service Daniil Yegorov.
According to RBC, referring to sources, it is proposed to reduce the list of cases when cash registers may not be used on the market. The department also intends to oblige the tenants to confirm the availability of CR before lease agreements are concluded, to instruct the market managers of companies to constantly monitor the availability of registered equipment for tenants, to prohibit access to the market, whose activities are suspended, and to simplify the procedure for bringing the seller to administrative responsibility in the form warnings.
Such changes, noted in the Federal Tax Service, are aimed at the actual implementation of the provisions of already existing legal norms.
At the present time, the authors of the initiative point out, at the legislative level, clear boundaries for the use of CR are not regulated. These gaps are used by unscrupulous tenants, who get the opportunity to mimic the "privileged" categories, not the name of the actual right to do so.
It's worth reminding that the widespread introduction of cash registers, along with an increase in VAT to 20% and the abolition of benefits for those working under a simplified taxation scheme, led to the termination of the activities of thousands of legal entities.