Tuesday, October 15 2019 14:49
Alexandr Avanesov

SRC: By the 20th of October, 2,000 new cash registers will be ready  for use

SRC: By the 20th of October, 2,000 new cash registers will be ready  for use

ArmInfo. Until October 20, 2019, 2,000 new cash registers will be ready for use. Chairman of the State Revenue Committee (SRC) of the RA David Ananyan announced on October 15 at the meeting of the Permanent Parliamentary Commission  on Financial-Credit and Budgetary Issues during the discussion of the  report on the implementation of the state budget for the first half  of 2019,.

According to him, there is every reason to solve the problem of the  shortage of cash registers in the shortest possible time. Moreover,  new technical specifications for the registers are currently being  discussed. This, in particular, is about their interconnection with  POS-terminals. It will take 6-7 months to solve this problem, David  Anananyan noted. Due to the lack of cash registers, penalties will  not be applied to residents. "This is necessary in order not to  interfere with economic competition and the economic activity of  business entities," the head of the department emphasized.

Earlier, in an interview with reporters, David Ananyan expressed  confidence that the issue with the cash registers will be resolved  before the end of this year. According to him, previously cash  registers were imported only by a state organization under the  government. But then the government liberalized the market, which  will increase the availability of devices and reduce their price.   With state purchases, the cost of cash registers amounted to 158  thousand drams, while in the free market their price should decrease.

ArmInfo earlier reported a problem related to a shortage of cash  registers in the market. In this regard, the SRC of Armenia decided  not to fine small and medium-sized businesses that applied for new  cash registers, but were unable to purchase due to their absence. The  use of a new generation of registers has become mandatory since  January 1, 2019. In February 2019, the government announced that it  would subsidize the difference between the cost of new cash registers  equal to 158 thousand drams and its selling price of 60 thousand  drams, spending about $ 5 million on these purposes. This, as  announced, concerned 25 thousand tax agents for whom the availability  of new generation cash registers became mandatory as of January 1,  2019 and which, due to lack of funds, cannot afford it. Already on  May 10, the head of the SRC announced that due to the lack of a new  generation of registers, they will be given in order of priority to  those taxpayers who have just registered and do not have registers at  all. Then, the SRC informed that the SNCO "Office for the  Implementation of Cash Registers" will be able to provide new cash  registers only to taxpayers engaged in actual activities in border  villages free of charge.

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