CFC declaration campaign 2019

Dentons tax experts would like to remind you that 20 March 2019 is the deadline for filing notifications of controlled foreign companies (“CFC”) with the Russian tax authorities. Controlling persons must file CFC notifications in respect of corporate and non-corporate CFC (trusts, funds, partnerships). In 2019, controlling persons must declare CFC profits or losses that were recognized by Russian taxpayers in 2018.

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Expiration of the second round of the Russian voluntary disclosure (capital amnesty) campaign and the tax-exempt liquidation of CFCs

Dentons’ Russian Tax team would like to remind you that 28 February 2019 is the deadline for filing a special declaration with the Russian tax authorities to participate in the voluntary disclosure campaign (the so-called “capital amnesty campaign”).[1] In addition, Russian tax resident individuals must liquidate their controlled foreign companies and non-corporate structures (trusts, partnerships and others) no later than 1 March 2019 for tax-exempt receipt of the liquidation proceeds.

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Non-electronic services by e-services providers: VAT payment procedure

Dentons’ tax experts are keeping you posted on the latest news regarding payment of VAT on electronically supplied services (“e-services”). Today, we would like to elaborate on the topic in the light of article 161 of Russian Tax Code (“RTC”). This provision states that Russian companies should withhold VAT (act as a tax agent in the terms of the RTC) for goods/services supplied from Russian territory only if the foreign supplier does not have Russian tax registration. Continue reading “Non-electronic services by e-services providers: VAT payment procedure”