FTS Develops Internet-Based Information Service
The Federal Tax Service is trying to keep up with the times: the agency's website now contains new interactive tools that allow individuals to check the trustworthiness of business partners. However, it seems that not all of the advertised services are currently functioning.
Recently several online-services were started at the FTS website. For example, now anyone is able to find out whether their partner’s office is located at a “mass registration address” and, consequently, whether the counterparty is a legitimate company. One can also find out whether an executive currently on the state “black list” still holds a position as a member of company’s executive board. In addition, an anti-raider service has been started, which allows companies to follow changes in the registered data of a contractor. All this information can be downloaded from the publicly accessible data in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities. The process takes anywhere from several minutes to several hours. According to one lawyer who tried to find mass registration addresses, however, this effort by the tax authorities is welcome, but still not user-friendly. Finding “bad” addresses is no simple task.
The service tracking changes in continuant documents does appear to be working properly, however, It does provide information as to whether a company has been taken over by raiders when a general director or board is changed via a fictional meeting of founding members or a board of directors. However, the information still takes at least 24 hours to obtain.
Читать далее о услугах от Alinga Consulting Group>>>
Вопросы есть? - Спросите эксперта!