In Tambov, company that sells motor vehicle parts owed 25 million rubles to tax authorities
In Tambov, company that sells motor vehicle parts hid 25 million rubles from the tax authorities.
In this regard, the investigating authorities initiated a criminal case against the management of the organization under item b, p. 2 of Art. 199 of the Criminal Code (Evasion from paying taxes and fees collectible from organisations by way of failing to submit a tax declaration on an especially large scale).
The investigation of the financial crime are carried out by the experts of the second department for investigation of particularly important cases, including crimes against the government, as well as in the economic sphere, the IC ID in the Tambov Region.
During the investigations, the department staff found that in the period from April to September 2015 the company officials deliberately put false information in the VAT bills relating to tax deductions which were based on the primary accounting documents. According to this data, the organization had financial and economic relationships with other companies, though, in fact, no interaction has ever taken place. As a result of the machinations, the company concealed about 25 million rubles of VAT from paying to the state budget.
Now, the investigative authorities continue to investigate this criminal case and determine all the circumstances of what happened, their actions are aimed at identifying persons involved in the financial fraud.
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