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An Overview of Normative Documents on Taxation Issues for November-December 2012

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  • Ludmila Anisimova

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration)

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In December 2012, a number of amendments and alterations were introduced into tax and budget legislation, as well as into legislation regulating the sphere of mandatory payments and government off-budget funds. An analysis of the possible scenarios for further development of the taxation system and the system of mandatory payments must be done with due regard for the Annual Presidential Address to the RF Federal Assembly delivered by President Vladimir Putin on 12 December 2012 and for the initiatives put forth by the RF Government and the RF Ministry of Finance.

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  • Ludmila Anisimova, 2013. "An Overview of Normative Documents on Taxation Issues for November-December 2012," Working Papers 43, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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    Economic Legislation; Normative Documents; Taxation;

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