The first, albeit incomplete (since April 2010) year of Mikhail Mishustin as head of the Federal Tax Service was very successful and efficient for the FTS.
He said this at the extended collegium on February 21, voicing figures that show a positive development trend in both the tax service and, of course, the Russian economy.
The meeting was attended by representatives of tax inspections from all federal districts, all deputy heads of the Federal Tax Service, chiefs of the central office of the Federal Tax Service, as well as heads and deputy heads of many related departments. There were representatives of the Ministry of Finance (Alexey Kudrin), the Ministry of Internal Affairs (Rashid Nurgaliyev), the State Duma Committee on Budget and Taxes (Andrei Makarov), the Ministry of Communications and Mass Communications (Ilya Massuh), the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation (Anatoly Kucherena), the Federal Customs Service (Tatyana Golendeeva),the Prosecutor General's Office (Alexander Buksman), the Federal Financial Monitoring Service (Yuri Chikhanchin), the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography (Sergey Vasilyev), the Federal Treasury (Roman Artyukhin), the Federal Bailiff Service (Arthur Perfenchikov).
Reading out his report, Mikhail Mishustin cited the following indicators. For the year 20010, the Federal Tax Service accrued 7.7 trillion rubles to the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation. This is 22 percent more than in 2009. Revenues to the federal budget also increased by 28 percent, reaching 3.2 trillion rubles. As for the consolidated budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, they received, compared to 2009, more than 19 percent - just 4.5 trillion rubles.
The overall increase in tax revenues in the country almost reached the level of 2008, which is considered a record figure for the pre-crisis period. Only three percent is not enough until this record. However, as noted Mishustin, the observed trends suggest that soon this milestone will be overcome.
Another important indicator of the performance of the Federal Tax Service for 2010 is a significant, seven percent, decrease in tax arrears. 100 billion rubles received by the Federal Tax Service last year under this article. Thus, by the beginning of 2011, the taxpayers' debt to the state still remained at a rate of about 1.3 trillion rubles.
The head of the Federal Tax Service Mikhail Mishustin gave a positive assessment to the work of the units involved in the pre-trial audit. Recall that recently, pre-trial audit has become mandatory for all cases before being sent to the courts. Last year, thanks to the pre-trial audit, it was possible to significantly reduce the number of cases in which cases go to court, by as much as 13 percent compared with the same year 2009.
Mikhail Mishustin noted that no one is going to stop at the achieved results. The Federal Tax Service is undergoing a large-scale transformation of the entire tax administration process, as a result of which the agency will become a qualitatively new service center for the Russian population providing professional services.

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