What if the PI forgot to go to the USN?

Hello, just registered entrepreneur and applied for patent. Yip recorded may 8, 2018. STS +6% statement has not been filed when submitting documents for registration of individual entrepreneurs (registration helped a friend accountant).

Then I read online that if you do not apply for the transition to simplified tax system 6% within 30 days after registration, I will have the GTS and go to USN 6% will be possible only next year, is this true? If so, then if I work for the patent whether it will be necessary to take statements on the BASIS?

In the next half year do not plan to go "outside" of an issued patent, but some how fate slozhitsya, so until later, think about applying to USN 6%. I told my friend the accountant (who helped with registration SP) that want to apply to USN 6%. He, in turn, expressed concern that the tax could "lose" an issued patent and to start to consider me on the STS 6% due to the fact that the first filed for the patent, and then to the USN. The question is, is it possible to combine the simplified tax system 6%, and the patent and will not be any problems later with the IRS?

Story went long, here are the questions that interest me:
1. If within 30 days after registration does not apply to simplified tax system 6%, then I will be BASED automatically selected?
2. If you work only part of the patent, whether it will be necessary to take statements on the BASIS?
3. Is it possible to combine the simplified tax system of 6% and a patent?
4. Can the order of application: first patent, and then to the USN 6% tax to force you to "forget" about the patent?
June 5th 19 at 22:02
1 answer
June 5th 19 at 22:04
1. Yes.
2. Yes.
3. In the General case is possible.
4. No, it can't.

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