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Some Russians will reset debts on taxes and fines of the GAI

Some Russians will reset debts on taxes and fines of the GAI
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In Russia they want to make life easier for bankrupt individuals. A special government commission considered a bill to write off debts on taxes and fines of the traffic police for this category of citizens.

As told "Russian newspaper" Chairman of the Board of the Russian Bar Association Vladimir Gruzdev, the bill provides for amendments to the budget code. It expands the list of situations when tax arrears are recognized as hopeless and written off. The purpose of the innovation is to help citizens who are in a hopeless financial situation.

Over the past year alone, more than 40 thousand citizens have been declared bankrupt. Debts were written off from them for a total amount of 153,7 billion rubles. Moreover, a quarter of them were freed from bondage in the complete absence of property and the possibility of at least something to transfer to creditors.