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Entrepreneurs Working under the PTS and UTII in Russia are Switching to Online Cash Register
11.07.2018 12:16
Entrepreneurs Working under the  PTS and UTII  in Russia are Switching to Online Cash Register
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950 thousand entrepreneurs working under the patent taxation system (PTS) and UTII entered the “second wave” of switching to online cash registers: they were supposed to switch to a new type of cash register equipment before July 1, 2018, as RBC reports.

      According to experts, the “second wave” of transition will cost 31 billion roubles. Each entrepreneur will spend an average of 29.2 to 37.4 thousand roubles on connection: this amount includes the cash register itself, the fiscal collector and the services of the fiscal data operator (FDO). According to the data of polls, many small businesses are in no hurry to switch to online cash registers.


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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: online cash register taxation system    

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