February 25 is the deadline for submitting data from indirect sources to the State Tax Service (STS).

February 25 is the deadline for submitting data from indirect sources to the State Tax Service (STS).

The State Tax Service reminds that on February 25, individuals and / or legal entities identified as indirect sources of information must provide the State Tax Service with the data provided for in the legislation. So, financial institutions must provide information on all types of accounts active during the tax year, including the turnover (movement) on these accounts; travel companies - information about the provided travel services; insurance companies - information on insurance contracts; holders of registers of owners of securities - information on transactions with securities carried out during the tax year; the National Bank - information about persons who, in accordance with foreign exchange legislation, received permission to open accounts abroad, as well as reports on accounts opened abroad, submitted by their owners in accordance with the legislation. Notaries and other persons engaged in notarial activities are obliged to provide the State Tax Service with information on contracts of sale, exchange, lease of real estate and securities; on loan and donation agreements and on other agreements on capital assets; bailiffs - information on the exercise of the rights of creditors, recognized by a court order submitted for execution; credit bureaus - information on individuals-subjects of credit histories, and information on receivables. Individuals engaged in entrepreneurial activity, with the exception of holders of entrepreneurial patents and individuals carrying out independent activities, must submit to the State Tax Service information on the costs incurred by individuals for the purchase of vehicles, as well as information on loans issued by individuals during the tax year and on loans returned to individuals. Payment companies are obliged to provide information on actions or transactions performed by individuals during the tax year in cash; companies issuing electronic money - information on actions or transactions performed by individuals in cash during the tax year. Postal service providers - information about the actions or transactions of individuals during the tax year through money transfer systems. In accordance with the Tax Code, these categories of persons are required to provide this information to the State Tax Service in electronic form, through the automated information system "Collection of data from indirect sources." // 11.02.2021 - InfoMarket.

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