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Russians Can Pay Taxes within Minutes
10.08.2011 17:58
Russians Can Pay Taxes within Minutes

Since August 10 paying taxes in Russia will take just some minutes without visiting a bank and filling in a form. Now it could be done due to Internet service QIWI Bank (CJSC) - QIWI Purse.

The Russian Federal Tax Service and Internet service QIWI Bank (CJSC) has launched a service of paying taxes through QIWI Purse. Paying taxes will take only three clicks instead of visiting a bank.

“It is only the first step of our cooperation with the Russian Federal  Tax Service. In the nearest future we are planning to increase opportunities of convenient tax payment for all the citizens of Russia,” said Vice-President of QIWI Bank Alexander Melikyan.

To get information about arrears in personal income tax, property tax, transport, land and other kinds of taxes a person should log in to his tax-payer account on the site and  to indicate his tax payer number and his surname. To pay the current arrears one should choose clearing settlement as a mean of payment, then to choose QIWI Bank in the list of credit organizations and to confirm the payment. The means will be written off the user's QIWI Purse. To pay through one’s account on the site www.nalog .ru will be free of charge.    

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russia tax    

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