News

7
Feb
14.43
14.43

Changes in tax regulations for micro-enterprises

The State Revenue Service (SRS) reminds micro-enterprise taxpayers of a number of changes in regulations, resulting from tax reforms.

7
Feb
14.40
14.40

The SRS launches its “In-depth Cooperation Programme”

In order to encourage better cooperation between the State and responsible taxpayers, SRS has launched the expanded State and Enterprise “In-depth Cooperation Programme”. The expanded programme allows small and medium-sized businesses to participate, and the number of benefits for participants has been increased. Currently, participants can benefit from a number of SRS privileges, but there are plans to expand the programme to include benefits from other government institutions as well.

6
Feb
15.54
15.54

Personalised SRS consultations now available over the phone

In order to satisfy client demand and improve SRS services, it is now possible to receive personalised consultations that require disclosure of personal data over the phone. This service is available by calling 67120000; clients abroad can call Diaspora customer service at +371 67122443.

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7
Feb
14.45
14.45

Changes in tax regulations for micro-enterprises

The State Revenue Service (SRS) reminds micro-enterprise taxpayers of a number of changes in regulations, resulting from tax reforms.

7
Feb
14.41
14.41

The SRS launches its “In-depth Cooperation Programme”

In order to encourage better cooperation between the State and responsible taxpayers, SRS has launched the expanded State and Enterprise “In-depth Cooperation Programme”. The expanded programme allows small and medium-sized businesses to participate, and the number of benefits for participants has been increased. Currently, participants can benefit from a number of SRS privileges, but there are plans to expand the programme to include benefits from other government institutions as well.

6
Feb
09.34
09.34

SRS Tax and Customs Police Department uncovers two marijuana growing operations

In January, the State Revenue Service (SRS) Tax and Customs Police Department completed a series of investigations and revealed and shut down a group involved in marijuana growing and trafficking operations. Five individuals are suspected to be involved, two of whom are being held for questioning.