The procedure of entering the information to the Unified Register of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises was changed
On November 7, 2020, the Federal law No. 349-FL of October 27, 2020 came into force, changing the procedure for entering information to the Unified Register of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (hereinafter “SMEs”).
The law provides that information on small business that meets the relevant conditions will be entered to the register on the 10th of each month based on information available to the Federal Tax Service (hereinafter “FTS”) of the Russian Federation as of the first day of each month. Previously, the information was entered to the register once a year.
Entrepreneurs who have not provided information to the FTS or who have ceased to meet the criteria for small businesses will be excluded from the SMEs register only once a year - on July 10 as before.
In addition, at the beginning of October 2020, organizations providing support to small businesses and self-employed individuals have already reported on the support measures provided in 2019-2020. The list of such information is determined by the Federal law No. 279-FL of August 2, 2019. This information will be included in the first stage of inclusion the information in the SMEs register, scheduled for December 20, 2020.
The subscribers of the Information and Analytical system Globas have access to the list of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs that have received support from the government, and to the Unified Register of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises receiving support from the Moscow Government. This information is contained in the "Lists we recommend” section. Both registers have data on more than 270 thousand active entities.