Ryazan businessman concealed over 2.3 million rubles from tax service
In the Ryazan region the head of a local firm has been accused of tax crimes.
Officers of the Sasovskoye Interdistrict Investigatory Department of ICR Investigative Committee in the Ryazan region have initiated a criminal case against the head of a local company. The businessman is charged with Concealment of Monetary Funds of an Organization against Which the Recovery of Taxes and (or) Fees Is Levied (Art. 199.2 of the Russian Criminal Code).
During the investigation, law enforcement officers established the following: in the period from January to August this year, knowing that the company for agricultural machinery production that he headed was in arrears to the Tax Inspectorate, the businessman made payments in the amount of more than 2.3 million rubles using the current accounts of his contractors.
Law enforcement agencies have opened a criminal case on the basis of materials of the Federal Tax Service of Russia and the MIA Administration in the Ryazan region.
At the moment, the investigating authorities are collecting evidence of the company management's guilt, as well as making efforts to ensure that the the damage caused to the state budget is compensated. The criminal investigation continues.
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