Mishustin knows how to take money from Russians, but doesn't know how to give it

Mishustin knows how to take money from Russians, but doesn't know how to give it

- Measures to strengthen control over citizens' expenses will affect those whose income is not officially registered anywhere. Firstly, they are persons who carry out commercial activities without the IE status. Many people nowadays sell goods and services in social networks. If such activities are carried out systematically, then in fact they are entrepreneurs. Such persons are threatened with fines and additional taxes, - explains the lawyer, managing partner of the law firm Tax Compliance Mikhail Begunov on how the new system of total control over income and expenses will work. - Secondly, these are persons who are considered to be self-employed, but not registered as such (tutors, nannies, etc.).

It will be more difficult to identify their activities, but monitoring is likely to be conducted in this direction as well. Those who work unofficially in different organizations will be least affected. There are a lot of such people, but to reduce this category of people it is necessary to identify dishonest employers, and so far it is difficult.

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Mikhail Begunov

Major specialisations

Pharmaceuticals, FMCG, Information technology, Manufacturing companies

Member of the Chamber of Tax Consultants, Lawyer at the Moscow Chamber of Advocates

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