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Getting ready for the tax audits: What should you know?

05/ 11/ 2018
  Date and time: November 20, 4pm (duration of the webinar – 1 hour). Language: Russian Participation: free of charge Tax audits have always been and will be one of the most important issues for business due to the continuous control form the tax authorities’ side. So how can the company predict that an unscheduled tax audit will be carried out? Is it possible to prepare for the audit so that it wont result in enormous fines? Do we actually have rights not to allow tax inspectors to start the audit, and how to build a dialogue with the tax inspectors properly? Is administrative appeal actually needed and what is its advantage? You will get answers to all these questions during GOLAW webinar held by Iryna Kalnytska, Partner, Head of Tax Practice and Olena Sulyma, Associate. During our webinar we will discuss: How can a company know that it is in the focus of the tax authority’s attention? How to respond to the tax requests? What do tax authorities already know about the company even before an audit? How to prepare for the audit in a way to minimize its negative consequences ? What violations of the tax legislation are the most common ? Does it make sense to use an administrative appeal mechanism and what are its advantages? See you at the webinar! You can register at  https://bit.ly/2CRtvzb We will send you a confirmation email and further instructions after you have registered. Please note that prior registration is required. Registration confirmation will be sent to your email. All materials used during the webinar (including the webinar recording) will be emailed to you after the event.

Date and time: November 20, 4pm (duration of the webinar – 1 hour).

Language: Russian

Participation: free of charge

Tax audits have always been and will be one of the most important issues for business due to the continuous control form the tax authorities’ side. So how can the company predict that an unscheduled tax audit will be carried out? Is it possible to prepare for the audit so that it won’t result in enormous fines? Do we actually have rights not to allow tax inspectors to start the audit, and how to build a dialogue with the tax inspectors properly? Is administrative appeal actually needed and what is its advantage? You will get answers to all these questions during GOLAW webinar held by Iryna Kalnytska, Partner, Head of Tax Practice and Olena Sulyma, Associate.

During our webinar we will discuss:

  • How can a company know that it is in the focus of the tax authority’s attention?
  • How to respond to the tax requests?
  • What do tax authorities already know about the company even before an audit?
  • How to prepare for the audit in a way to minimize its negative consequences ?
  • What violations of the tax legislation are the most common ?
  • Does it make sense to use an administrative appeal mechanism and what are its advantages?

See you at the webinar!

You can register at  https://bit.ly/2CRtvzb

We will send you a confirmation email and further instructions after you have registered.

Please note that prior registration is required. Registration confirmation will be sent to your email.

All materials used during the webinar (including the webinar recording) will be emailed to you after the event.

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