Sverdlovsk Region: Fiscal Bodies Write Off RUR 1bn

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, October 22, 2018. RUR 1bn got written off Sverdlovsk Region’s residents’ overdue tax payment amounts between January 1 and October 19, 2018, head of Russia’s Federal Tax Service’s Sverdlovsk Region division’s Debt Settlement Department Artem Balyura said at a press conference in Yekaterinburg.

The money written off pertains to unpaid transport tax, land tax, and property tax. The overall amount of unpaid taxes has gone down by RUR 2.5bn since the beginning of the year. According to Balyura, the amount in question got written off based on the Tax Amnesty Act 436-FZ (dated December 28, 2017).

Sverdlovsk Region’s private taxpayers currently owe the state RUR 2.6bn in tax payments. Over 50% of this amount (RUR 1.8bn) has to do with transport taxes. There are 1.8 million people living in the constituency who haven’t paid their taxes in full yet, including 3,500 people whose debts exceed RUR 100,000 (per taxpayer). There are also 47 people who each still have to pay more than RUR 1m in taxes.


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