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Under suspicion
26.07.2012 1603

Under suspicion

Police suspect a Moscow shoe company of tax evasion from 80 million rubles, the head of the press group of the Department of Economic Security and Anti-Corruption of the Moscow Interior Ministry, Irina Volk, told reporters on Wednesday.

According to the agency, in 2008-2009, Erika LLC reduced the total amount of VAT by more than 38 million rubles and the total amount of income tax by 42 million rubles.

“According to the documents, the company transferred money to the accounts of a one-day company for the supply of goods, although in reality it did not have the necessary conditions for this,” said Volk.

Thus, the general director of the company avoided paying taxes totaling more than 80 million rubles, she concluded.

A criminal case was initiated on this fact under the article “Tax evasion from an organization committed on an especially large scale”, which involves up to six years in prison. It is reported by RIA Novosti.

Police suspect a Moscow shoe company of evading 80 million rubles in taxes, the head of the press group of the economic management department told reporters on Wednesday ...
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