Putin signed a law on the access of the tax information to the auditors about clients

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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law giving tax authorities powers to reclaim auditors documents and information they receive from taxpayers, published on the official portal of legal information of the document.

The law provides for the right to the official of a tax authority to recover from the auditor organizations and individual auditors with documents and information they have received from the audited entities during the audit and providing accompanying services on the basis of decision of head FTS of Russia or his Deputy.

Documents may be requested by tax authorities if they were not submitted by the taxpayer to the tax authorities in the prescribed manner in relation to this person field tax audit.

Documents and information can also be requested by tax authorities in case of receipt in respect of the audited entity of the request of the authorized body of a foreign state in accordance with the international agreements of the Russian Federation cases. Thus, having received such a demand from the tax authorities, an audit organization or individual auditor will be entitled to notify the person in respect of which received this request.

For the purposes of tax control law allows the collection, storage and use of taxpayer information received from audit firms and individual auditors.

Earlier in July, explained to RIA Novosti member of the Committee on budget and taxes, Vladislav Reznik, this legislative initiative was developed and adopted to implement the recommendations of the Organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD) the results of the first phase of the review of the legislation of the Russian Federation in the framework of the Global forum on transparency and exchange of information for tax purposes.

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