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Series of New Year's webinars by SberSolutions
What will change in legislation in 2022? Our experts closely monitor any developments in federal legislation, regulations, and requirements from state authorities such as the Ministry of Finance, Russian Pension Fund, Social Insurance Fund, and keep track of the changes in reporting standards and forms, filing deadlines, etc. New changes will continue to be made in 2022, and our experts pointed them out in a series of New Year's webinars.
Recent changes in tax accounting and reporting: 2021-2022 and medium-term outlook
December 7, 2021

In 2022, many changes and adjustments will be made to accounting rules for all tax regimes: the composition of expenses and income has changed, and the conditions for enjoying benefits are stricter. VAT, profit tax, personal income tax, property tax, transport and simplified taxation system will be affected by these changes. Many changes related to tax control, online checkout payment systems, and labeling will also be introduced.

Product traceability systems will continue to develop.

Our experts summed up the changes introduced to tax legislation in 2021, the trends of the coming year and how to prepare for them now.

On December 7, 2021 during our webinar, we discussed:

  • Changes in tax control mechanisms;
  • New tax incentives and criteria for switching to tax monitoring;
  • Changes in VAT, profit tax, and other taxes;
  • Traceability, online checkout payment systems, labeling.
Tatyana Tereshko
Head of Financial Outsourcing Methodology Department
Galina Kruglova
Expert Methodologist
Svetlana Proshkina
Leading Expert Methodologist
Elena Emelyanova
Review of changes in legislation 2022: what employers should look out for
December 15, 2021

Several new legislative amendments were adopted in 2021 in compliance with already adopted regulations and plans for the legislative activities of the State Duma and the Government of the Russian Federation. These new amendments affect most workers and employers. The coming year will also bring a number of significant changes. In addition to usual changes such as minimum wage, living wage, the carrying over of days off, it will be worth checking out the changes that will be introduced in 2022 to the Russian Labor Code with regard to electronic document management, as well as the proactive approach of the Social Insurance Fund upon direct payment of benefits.

Our experts highlighted upcoming changes and gave recommendations on how to prepare for them right now.

On December 15, 2021 during a webinar, we talked about the following topics:

  • Switching to electronic document management and the HR EDM experiment conducted by the Ministry of Labor;
  • Changes in legislation on HR, benefits and statutory reporting;
  • Review of the amendments made to the Russian Labor Code of the Russian with regard to health and safety;
  • Social Insurance Fund direct payments in 2022;
  • Main changes in personal income tax and social insurance contributions in 2022;
  • Minimum wage, statistical reporting forms and new developments in tax law for next year.
Olga Olshevskaya
Head of Payroll Methodology and HR Outsourcing Department
Karina Esakova
Expert Methodologist
2021 practice on the application of new rules for remote workers
December 21, 2021

In the past two years, all companies have had to switch their employees temporarily or permanently to remote work.

During this webinar, our experts highlighted how to maintain performance when switching to remote work and how to ensure that the switch to remote work is done properly.

On December 21, 2021 during a webinar, we talked about the following topics:

  • Main changes in the regulation of remote work;
  • Documents that must be drawn up when introducing remote work;
  • Contentious issues arising from the introduction of various remote work conditions (including compensation issues).
Daliya Demina
Head of Legal Services Practice in St. Petersburg
Alexandra Markina
Head of Labor and Migration Law Practice