The Government of the Russian Federation has issued a Decree that extends the prohibition on conducting scheduled inspections of small and medium-sized business entities in 2022.
According to the document, when forming plans for control (supervisory) measures for 2022, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) included in the Unified Register of SMEs will be excluded from such plans. The moratorium will not be applied to inspections, the basis for which is:
The list of companies that were removed from the moratorium on inspections in 2022 largely repeats the list of those who were not covered by the moratorium in 2021.
We remind you that SMEs include companies that meet the following criteria:
|SME||Average number of employees||Business income for the preceding calendar year||Structure of the issued capital|
|Micro-enterprise||Not more than 15 people||Not more than 120,000,000 rubles||– The share of foreign organizations or organizations that are not SMEs – not more than 49%; |
– The share of the state, territorial entities of the Russian Federation and (or) nonprofit organizations (NPOs) – not more than 25% in total;
|Small enterprise||Not more than 100 people||Not more than 800,000,000 rubles|
|Medium-sized enterprise||Not more than 250 people||Not more than 2,000,000,000 rubles|
In the matters of obtaining the status of an SME and preparation for scheduled inspections of controlling bodies, please contact Acsour specialists.