According to the State Tax Service, taxpayers who use chatbots at any time of the day can complain about violations during tax audits.
Taxpayers have a new opportunity to lodge complaints regarding tax audits if they believe that the actions of tax authorities show signs of violations. This was reported by the press service of the State Tax Service of Ukraine (STS).
“Now you can report at any time of the day, 24/7 and anywhere, possible unfounded control and inspection activities carried out by territorial bodies of the State Tax Service during tax audits. This can be done using the SKARGA KPR DPS chatbot, ” the message says.
To submit a complaint online, you must fill in the following fields clearly and accurately:
- the name of the Main Directorate of the State Tax Office conducting the audit;
- EDRPOU code of the taxpayer for whom control and verification measures are carried out;
- The address of the local authority where control and inspection activities are carried out;
- check type;
- information about the order to conduct an inspection;
- surname, first name and patronymic of employees of the territorial body of the State Tax Service participating in the audit;
- information data on inspection materials;
- the essence of the violation regarding the organization of control and audit activities according to the applicant;
- applicant’s contact information.
The Ministry noted that information about possible violations of the organization of control and audit activities by territorial bodies of the State Tax Service immediately received an appropriate response from the tax authorities upon examination of the issues specified in the complaint.
Who will the tax authorities control?
According to Daniil Getmantsev, Chairman of the Finance, Tax and Customs Policy Committee of the Deputy Verkhovna Rada, inspections of risky enterprises will resume from December 1, 2023. “We are waiting for the president to sign it,” Daniil Getmantsev said.
Tax audits will not affect individual entrepreneurs (individual entrepreneurs) of both the first and second groups, as well as businesses in temporarily occupied territories or conflict-affected areas. The moratorium on audits for such payers will remain in effect until December 2024.
As I wrote before FocusIn Ukraine, they want to lift the moratorium on tax audits provided for by government bill 10016. Dmitry Lazebny, a lawyer at the law firm Ilyashev and Partners, believes that it is better for businesses to put their documents in order and, if necessary, conduct a legal and accounting audit of their activities.
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