Tax calendar created by ALTHAUS Private Tax 2020

ALTHAUS Private Tax has made a tax calendar for clients and partners: the calendar reflects key reporting dates on currency control and tax responsibilities of individuals in 2020. Be prepared for the most important reporting events in advance!  
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Important amendments

Important amendments: from December 14, 2019 (circa), the receipt of most types of income on accounts in the UK and the USA will be prohibited A law that radically restricts the use of personal accounts in the UK and the USA has been signed On December 2, 2019, the President of Russia signed a Federal […]
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Business-breakfast 07/11/2019

Managing Partner of ALTHAUS Private Tax Sergey Gerasimov and Senior Consultant Anastasia Ivanchikhina participated at the conferencesas speakers. The most topical issues of Russian tax and currency legislation were discussed during the conferences. Read the conference materials you can link.  
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Zedra Conference – 06/26/2019

On June 26, 2019 Sergei Gerasimov, Managing Partner of ALTHAUS Private Tax, made a speech at the Zedra conference in Zurich and talked about new asset structuring prospects for Russian HNWI. Sergei made a report on both already entered into force and potential tax and currency changes in the legislation of the Russian Federation, in […]
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Tightening the tax residency status criteria

The Ministry of Finance of Russia proposes to tighten the criteria for determining the status of tax residency. The Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation is considering the issue of reducing the period of stay in the Russian Federation, which allows recognizing an individual as a Russian tax resident, from 183 days to 90 […]
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Proposal for the statute of limitations cancellation

The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation proposes to abolish the statute of limitations for tax crimes. As reported by Vedomosti, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation took the initiative to recognize tax crimes as continuing, that is, to consider tax evasion a crime until the debtor pays a tax, a penalty in the […]
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