In January-August, income tax receipts to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation amounted to 2.7 trillion rubles.

In January-August, income tax receipts to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation amounted to 2.7 trillion rubles.

In January-August, income tax receipts to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation amounted to 2.7 trillion rubles.

In January-August, the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation received 2.7 trillion rubles of income tax, VAT – 2.6 trillion rubles, personal income tax – 2.5 trillion rubles (an increase of 2.6%), MET – 2.6 trillion rubles. Insurance premiums for this period were received by 4.56 trillion rubles, which is 2% more than last year.

As reported, in just 8 months, tax receipts to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation decreased by 12% and amounted to 13.2 trillion rubles, said the head of the Federal Tax Service (FTS) Daniil Yegorov at the expanded board of the department. Revenues to the federal budget amounted to 5.36 trillion rubles, the Federal Tax Service said, citing Yegorov's words.

The number of inspections in the first half of the year, taking into account the moratorium on their conduct in the second quarter, decreased by 65% – from 4.9 thousand to 1.7 thousand. The amount of receipts from control and analytical work decreased by 15% – to 135 billion rubles. according to the analytical, on the contrary, it grew by 4.5% – up to 64 billion rubles (48% of them were paid outside the framework of tax audits – the payers specified the data voluntarily).

In connection with the pandemic, debt collection was suspended, which affected the growth of debt in the amount of more than 300 billion rubles. The DTI (debt-to-income ratio) rose slightly, from 6.1% as of January 1, 2020 to 7.5% as of August 1.

“Due to this measure, it was possible to ensure almost completely conflict-free relations with taxpayers during the active phase of restrictions on business activity. Priority was given to soft debt settlement measures,” the press service of the Federal Tax Service quoted Yegorov as saying.

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