Business will pay all taxes in a new way from 2023

In November, the president signed the first 'framework' the law that extended the mechanism of a single tax payment to & nbsp; companies and & nbsp; individual entrepreneurs (IE). The new bill proposes to make this method of paying taxes unified from & nbsp; 2023 & nbsp; g. and & nbsp; regulates the operation of the mechanism.

The document was prepared by the deputies of the State Duma Committee on the & nbsp; budget and & nbsp; taxes together with the & nbsp; Ministry of Finance and & nbsp; the Federal Tax Service (FTS) with & nbsp; participation of business associations. The bill received a positive opinion from the government.

The tool will be tested in business for six months from July 1 to December 31, 2022. Companies will be able to sign up for “volunteers” from April.

A number of companies, especially large ones, & nbsp; have already expressed their desire participate in the & nbsp; experiment to debug all the processes and & nbsp; set up accounting systems, he told Vedomosti; Sergei Katyrin, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI): “Business generally perceives the idea positively.” Disclosure of additional information and & nbsp; accounting bases is not & nbsp; necessary, the president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry assured.

How it will work

Now entrepreneurs, listing taxes, have to fill out a lot of payments with & nbsp; various details. It is assumed that & nbsp; each organization and & nbsp; individual entrepreneurs will open a single tax account (ENS) in the & nbsp; Treasury. It will be enough to deposit funds to the & nbsp; account, indicating the amount and & nbsp; TIN, and & nbsp; the tax office itself will distribute the money in & nbsp; the necessary directions. Not & nbsp; you need to fill in a lot of bills, specify the type of payment, the due date, belonging to the & nbsp; budget and & nbsp; t. e. First, the amount will be written off to the & nbsp; arrears payment account, then according to & nbsp; current obligations, after & nbsp; & mdash; interest and & nbsp; fines.



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