The public and the business suggest to reconsider the liquidation of the Ministry of Income

4 March 2014 16:21  4362610 063419
The public and the business suggest to reconsider the liquidation of the Ministry of Income

Liquidation of the Ministry of Income and Taxes of Ukraine can lead to destabilization of the tax and customs departments. This was announced, yesterday, Monday, March 3, by representatives of the Public Board of the Ministry of Income, during the working group meeting, which was also attended by representatives from business, academia and experts.

According to the participants of the meeting, the dissolution of the Ministry will negatively affect business, which has only recently reorganized its work in connection with the creation of the Ministry of income and taxes. 

In particular, according to the head of the Commission on Tax Policy of the Public Board under the Ministry of Income, Yulia Drogovoz, the liquidation of the Ministry of Income will significantly impair the process of administration of tax and customs duties, as the Ministry has established electronic services, improved information exchange and simplified control functions.   

 

In addition, according to the executive director of the National Association of Light Industry Employers Tetyana Izovit, today accountants and auditors are tired of constant changes, they need stability.Therefore, before taking steps to dissolve the Ministry, they must conduct a nationwide public debate on the feasibility of such reform.

Given the possible negative consequences of the liquidation of the Ministry, members of the Public Board under the Ministry of Income decided to prepare an appeal to the newly appointed Government calling for the revision of the decision to liquidate the Ministry of income and taxes of Ukraine. 

Source - Main Office of the Ministry of Income in Transcarpathian region

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