The head of one of the largest oil organizations in Ugra added a billion rubles to the state’s coffers due to a tax debt of 635 million rubles. The completion of the criminal investigation in this case was reported on the website of the Investigative Committee of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug.
“According to the investigation, the head of a commercial oil production company <...> evaded paying taxes to the state budget totaling over 635 million rubles by submitting to the tax authority declarations with deliberately false information about financial and economic relationships with a number of counterparties. <...> At the stage of the investigation of the criminal case, the head of the enterprise paid the entire amount of arrears in taxes, as well as penalties and a fine, replenishing the state budget by more than 1 billion rubles,” says a publication on the official website of the law enforcement agency.
It is clarified that the damage caused to the state budget has been compensated in full. Taking into account the fact that the head of the organization committed a tax crime for the first time, the investigation into the criminal case has been completed.
Earlier, URA.RU reported that the Megionnefteprodukt company in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, engaged in fuel trading, owed the tax authorities more than 300 million rubles. The tax inspectorate demanded bankruptcy of the oil trader, as evidenced by documents on the website of the district arbitration court.