owadays it is necessary to buy a license for gambling activities in each subordinate entity of the Federation. Will be there special conditions for obtaining licenses in the Crimea, due to the opening of a gambling zone there? Is local tax service preparing changes to the tax code? Will tax rates on gambling activities in the Crimea differ from the rates in other regions? All these questions will be answer by Evgenevich.
Due to the annexation of the Republic of Crimea to the Russian Federation, the federal legislation, including the Tax Code, shall be spread throughout the peninsula, as it has become a new subordinate entity of the Federation.
The congress participants will be able not only to learn about the features of the taxation of the gambling business in Crimea and have all of their questions answered, but will also be able to make suggestions to people entitled to manage such proposals and adopt those that are most beneficial both to the state and business.
Let us remind readers that on August 22, 2014 Yalta will play host to a unique event dedicated to the opening and development of a gambling zone in the Crimea - Crimea Gaming Congress. It will bring together major market players andgovernment representatives to discuss important industry issues, share experiences and gain new knowledge.
Information about the speaker:
Since 2001 he has held executive positions in the Regional Office of the State Tax Administration under the State Administration of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. In 2007 accepted the position of deputy Chairman of the State Tax Administration in the Crimea, and in 2012 he worked as the head of the State Tax Inspectorate in Alushta. In early 2014 he was the chairman of the State Tax Service of the Crimea. Currently he is the Head of the Federal Tax Service of the Republic of Crimea.