Our comments to the most important Russian Tax issues.
On May 17, 2017 the Federal Tax Service issued Letter # СА-4-7/9270@ (the “Letter”) with recommendations as to how to determine if a taxpayer is entitled to tax benefits under a double tax treaty (DTT) taking into account the beneficial owner of income concept.
On 30 November 2016, Federal Law No. 401-FZ, amending the Russian Tax Code, took effect (certain provisions take effect on different dates).
A recent law implementing certain provisions of the Ministry of Finance’s Main Areas of Tax Policy for 2017 (“MATP”) was approved by the Federation Council on 18 November 2016 and was signed by the President Vladimir Putin on 30 November 2016.
Proposed draft legislation introducing a new format for transfer pricing reporting by multinational corporate groups has been updated.
Special investment contract (SPIC)* is a measure of state support in the form of agreement between investor and government authorities represented by the RF or/and regional authorities of the RF or/and municipal authorities.
On 8 April 2016, the text of the bill “On Modification of Part One of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation” (regarding the preparation and submission of Country-by-Country Reports) was placed for public discussion on a federal site for draft regulations.
The most important international tax developments in 2015 that have significantly influenced the international tax practice.
The purpose of the survey is to obtain understanding of employers' current satisfaction with candidates' quality, identify competencies critical to the successful candidate, evaluate the current availability of such competencies in the Russian legal market.
The survey identified measures taken by different companies to maintain their tax efficiency in conditions of economic instability.
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Tax residents residing in the Russian Federation should file notifications of any ownership stakes they have in foreign companies with the Tax Authority of the Russian Federation by 15 June 2015.
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