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Sending receipts to the Tax Service
Receipts reflect the status of mutual settlements between you and the user, confirming that the user has made a payment and you have transferred goods or services to them. For most stores and services, generating a receipt is a mandatory step in payment acceptance required by law. Each undelivered receipt may result in a fine.
Electronic receipts sent out to users by YooMoney are not fiscal receipts. To comply with the law, you will need to generate receipts and send them to the Tax Service.
The procedure for working with receipts depends on your type of business: a company, an individual entrepreneur, or a self-employed individual.
For companies and individual entrepreneurs
If you are a company or an individual entrepreneur, then during payment acceptance and refunds you will need to generate receipts using an online sales register. This is regulated by Federal Law No. 54-FZ.
You can send data to the online sales register independently or use the YooMoney solution to working in accordance with 54-FZ.
More about the YooMoney solution for payments under 54-FZ
For self-employed
If you are self-employed, then during payment acceptance you will need to register your income in the Moi nalog service and send the generated receipt to the buyer. This is regulated by Federal Law No. 422-FZ.
You can do it manually or use the YooMoney solution for payment acceptance with automatic registration of receipts in the Moi nalog service.
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