Automated business processes in a manufacturing group of companies
The client set a task to set up and automate internal accounting and management accounting between the companies of the group. Initially, there was no structure of interaction between departments and in general between the companies of the group, for the formation of management reports and accounting set of documents involved 5 people and required a long period of time.
The specialists of our company have developed reporting forms, set up a chain of interaction between employees of the organizations in the group, reduced the number of employees involved in the formation of all the necessary reports to 2 people. Accounting set of documents is formed automatically due to the introduction of external processing to the program 1C
Defended the interests of the largest supplier of household appliances in arbitration court in a case of additional taxation of imported goods with the participation of the chain of resellers.
With regard to the client, a tax audit was carried out, as a result of which the tax authority provides evidence that the audited entity actually purchased the disputed products directly from the importer bypassing the chain of suppliers. One of the evidence of fictitiousness was the protocol of inspection of warehouse and office premises, which the tax authority established the absence of this counterparty at the addresses and concluded that the supplier could not store the goods. The lawyers collected the information proving the falsification of the evidence submitted by the tax authority.
In the course of the court proceedings, the tax authority excluded this evidence, which initially formed the basis for the tax audit decision, from its position.
Transaction structuring and tax planning at FMCG group of companies
In the course of structuring the transactions, risks in terms of price thresholds between interdependent companies within the group were established, regulations and additional rules were developed and implemented by all companies of the group to justify the correct application of prices when selling products within the group, as well as to support the feasibility of transactions between them.
As a result, successful structuring and tax planning efforts eliminated risks in excess of 80 million ₽.
Successful tax audit to identify "problematic" counterparties
In the course of tax audit of problematic counterparties, real tax risks in terms of relationships with suppliers were established, which amounted to 15 million ₽. In the other part of the requirements of the tax authority were not proved: the organization provided the primary documents with the substantiation of the reality of supplies, as well as the documents on full reflection by the suppliers of the amounts of proceeds from sales in VAT declarations, and their contact information.
As a result of a successful tax audit, the organization independently adjusted the tax base for VAT and paid 15 million ₽ on their own. This allowed avoiding field tax audits and additional penalties.
Mikhail Begunov, Alexander Dmitriev
38 million ₽ Representing a construction company in a field tax audit
In the course of the audit, it was established that all disputed contractors were involved and their officials were interrogated, who actually confirmed their participation in these companies and the scope of work undertaken. In addition, the audit was followed by the recovery of partially lost primary documentation that confirmed the partial performance of the work by the disputed contractors.
As a result of the audit, tax claims amounted to 10 million ₽. Thus, as a result of successful work on support of the audit it was possible to avoid large additional payments in respect of "dishonest" contractors.
Alexander Dmitriev, Yulia Pavlova