At a meeting with the head of the Federal Tax Service, Putin offered to discuss the collection of taxes for ten months.
MOSCOW, November 21 – RIA Novosti. Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the head of the Federal Tax Service, Daniil Yegorov, to discuss tax collection in the Russian Federation for 10 months of this year.
The meeting was held in Novo-Ogaryovo.
Daniil Egorov, head of the Russian Federal Tax Service (FTS), said that tax revenues to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation increased by 18 percent in 10 months, reaching 27.4 trillion rubles, and it is expected to reach 33.3 trillion rubles by the end of this year.
“Our revenues for ten months (taxes to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation – ed.) amounted to 27.4 trillion rubles – this is 18% more than last year,” said Yegorov.
“If we talk about regional budgets and the consolidated budget, that’s plus 15%, and if we talk about the federal budget, that’s plus 20%. In principle, we’re moving at a pretty good pace,” he said. .
“We also hope that by the end of the year we will maintain these rates and substantially exceed the 30 trillion rubles Rubicon and have a consolidated budget of 33.3 trillion rubles,” Yegorov said.
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