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Home - The Ministry of Finance wants to introduce tough penalties for non-submission of accounting to the tax
23/09/20

The income tax return for 2020 must be submitted in an updated form

The IFTS finalized the declaration form, its format and the procedure for filling it out.


22/09/20

The government has prepared a project according to which the annual income is more than 5 million rubles. you need to pay personal income tax at a rate of 15%.

It is planned that the new rules will need to be applied starting with revenues generated in 2021.


20/09/20

The minimum wage for 2021 became known

The Ministry of Labor has established a living wage for the working-age population for the II quarter of 2020. It is equal to 12 392 rubles.




The Ministry of Finance wants to introduce tough penalties for non-submission of accounting to the tax

From 2020, the FTS will form and maintain a special accounting base.
In the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation they want to fix responsibility for the late submission of reports through this information resource, for its incomplete presentation and for violation of the submission procedure.
We note now responsibility is established only in the Tax Code of the Russian Federation for non-submission of reports on time. The fine is 200 rubles. for each unsubmitted document.
According to the project, if the accounting is not subject to audit, the penalty will be 50 thousand - 70 thousand rubles. for officials and 100 thousand - 200 thousand rubles. for legal entities. If an audit is required, the fine will be 80 thousand rubles - 100 thousand rubles. for officials and 300 thousand - 500 thousand rubles. for legal entities.
They want to provide for separate responsibility for failure to submit documents by December 31 of the year following the reporting year. Penalties may be in the following sizes:
- 80 thousand - 100 thousand rubles. for officials and 200 thousand - 300 thousand rubles. for legal entities, if accounting is not subject to audit;
- 100 thousand - 200 thousand rubles. for officials and 500 thousand - 700 thousand rubles. for legal entities, if an audit is required.
Changes should take effect on January 1, 2021.