Azeri Taxes Ministry strengthens tax control on persons breaking tax legislation

Business Materials 15 August 2006 14:28 (UTC +04:00)

The Taxes ministry of Azerbaijan has prepared a plan of measures that will be implemented by the end of 2006 in the sphere of internal audit and audit of tax payers, economical analysis and report, service of tax payers, operative tax control, investigation of tax crimes, etc. These plans have already been confirmed at the collegium held on august 14, Trend has told at the same ministry.

According to the plan, this year it is expected to strengthen the tax control and increase the number of inspections on following the rules of making cash calculations with population. It is intended to deliver the amount of the average quarter turnover of tax payers having cash register to a maximum, hold measures for revealing the facts of using the foreign currency as a payment mean and minimize the number of persons involved in the illegal entrepreneurship and without registration in the tax bodies.

The tax bodies should prepare proposals regarding exact and qualitative cameral tax inspections through using the database, ensure the maximal increase of the tax incomes as comprised to the forecast indicators of last year, on all types of taxes with the exception of income tax state duties and road tax. The proposals should be prepared to maximize the amount average quarter turnover. The international experience for forecasting the tax incomes in the economical spheres should be studied in accordance with the macro and micro indicators.

It is intended to hold inspections and raids together with territorial tax bodies to reveal the non-excise commodities, as well as illegal production and sale of alcoholic drinks and tobacco goods with false excise and discover the juridical and physical persons importing non-qualitative alcoholic drinks. Besides, the Department on Preliminary Investigation of Tax Crimes was tasked to increase the effectiveness on investigation of persons deviating from tax payment, committing other tax crimes and hiding from investigation.