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22/01/21

Since July, the SZV-TD report must be submitted in a new form

The FIU has adjusted the form and procedure for filling out information on labor activity.


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Since July, the SZV-TD report must be submitted in a new form

The FIU has adjusted the form and procedure for filling out information on labor activity.

Firstly, a section will appear in SZV-TD, which will indicate information about the employer in respect of which the policyholder is the legal successor. It will be filled in by the legal successor of the deregistered employer, if necessary, submit (correct) information about the work activity of the registered person, previously submitted by such employer.

Secondly, the need to reflect the territorial conditions of work is provided for: in the regions of the Far North (RKS code) and in areas equated to the regions of the Far North (ISS code). It is noteworthy that the form still does not provide for the indication of information about work in other regions of the North, although the length of service in these regions also affects the provision of guarantees to workers.

Thirdly, the order of filling in the "Code of the function being performed" column has been changed. If at present information is entered into it on the basis of professional standards, then after the entry into force of the changes in question, the All-Russian Classifier of Occupations will be used for this. The code will consist of five digital characters in the format "XXXX.X", where:

- the first four characters - the code of the name of the occupation group in the OKZ;

- the fifth character is a control number.

The changes take effect on July 1, 2021.

On January 10, 2021, legislative amendments entered into force, which tighten control over the circulation of cash.

As a reminder, Federal Law No. 208-FZ of July 13, 2020 introduced new provisions into the current law on combating money laundering (No. 115-FZ of August 7, 2001).

In particular, any withdrawal from an account or crediting to an account of a legal entity in cash in the amount of 600,000 rubles or more is now subject to mandatory control. Previously, these actions came under control only if they were not determined by the nature of the company's business.

Also under the mandatory control were:

operations on crediting or writing off funds when making payments under a financial lease (leasing) agreement, if the amount is equal to or exceeds 600,000 rubles;
postal money transfer operations, if the amount is equal to or exceeds 100,000 rubles;
operations to return the unused balance of funds contributed as an advance for communication services, if the amount is equal to or exceeds 100,000 rubles.
At the same time, the new law abolished the requirements for control over such operations as:

exchange of banknotes of one denomination for banknotes of another denomination;
transfer of funds abroad to an account opened for an anonymous owner, and receipt of funds from abroad from an account opened for an anonymous owner;
money transfers carried out by non-credit organizations on behalf of the client;
receipt or provision of property under a financial lease (leasing) agreement.
Also, the new norms establish that transactions with cash or non-cash funds in a real estate transaction are subject to mandatory control if the amount is equal to or exceeds 3 million rubles. The previous wording of the law did not specify the form of funds (cash or non-cash) used in these transactions.

The amendments changed the requirements for the control over operations related to state defense orders. In particular, now operations on the second and subsequent crediting of funds to separate accounts are subject to mandatory control if the amount is equal to or exceeds 10 million rubles. Previously, this threshold was 50 million rubles.

In addition, the new rules oblige organizations carrying out transactions with monetary funds or other property to document and submit to the authorized body the information necessary to identify a foreign structure without forming a legal entity performing an operation with monetary funds or other property.

Resolution of the PFR Board of October 27, 2020 N 769p (registered in the Ministry of Justice on January 19, 2021)