For the first three quarters of 2022, Russian businesses received an additional RUB 597.8 billion. tax payments and penalties. This is reported by the audit and consulting network FinExpertiza, citing data from the Federal Tax Service (FTS). For the same period in 2021, the amount of additional charges was 2.2 times less. According to experts, the Federal Tax Service has increased the frequency of on-site inspections, and the average amount of payments has also increased.
In the first quarter of 2022, additional accruals amounted to 190 billion rubles, in the second - 198.9 billion rubles, in the third - 208.8 billion rubles. The largest increase in additional tax payments came from enterprises in Moscow (growth by 94.5 billion rubles), Moscow region (37.4 billion rubles), St. Petersburg (22.1 billion rubles), Tatarstan (17.8 billion rubles). ), Samara region (17.2 billion rubles). Additional charges to businesses decreased in a fifth of the regions, most of all in the Sakhalin Region (by 3.7 billion rubles), the Stavropol Territory (2.9 billion rubles), the Penza Region (1.4 billion rubles), the Leningrad Region (0 75 billion rubles), Ryazan region (0.7 billion rubles).
In general, the number of field tax audits increased by 42% - from 69 to 98. The average amount of additional charges increased by 6.5%, from 564.9 million rubles. up to 601.7 million rubles. for one check. The leaders in terms of the average amount of additional charges were Khakassia (RUB 782 million), Kamchatka Territory (RUB 407 million), Belgorod Region (RUB 123 million), Ulyanovsk Region (RUB 113 million) and Nizhny Novgorod Region (RUB 103 million).
Most taxes were required to be paid by enterprises in the areas of mining (with the exception of oil and gas), as well as metallurgy and chemical production (19.7 billion rubles), transnational companies (16.2 billion rubles), trade enterprises, food manufacturers food and agricultural producers (9.2 billion rubles), the oil and gas sector (8 billion rubles), energy companies, housing and communal services and the transport industry (7.7 billion rubles).
Head of the Federal Tax Service Daniil Egorov spokethat by the end of 2022, tax revenues to the budget will amount to 33 trillion rubles. According to him, in annual terms, budget revenues increased by about 20%.