The branch hosted an international round table on the topic: “Taxation of individual entrepreneurs: the experience of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan”. The organizers of the event were the Tashkent Branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics and the Siberian Institute of Management – a branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
More than 50 people, representatives of the teaching staff, applicants for academic degrees and students from both countries took part in the round table.
The Chairman of the Council for Science and Innovation of the Tashkent Branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics – professor Zokirova N.K. and Deputy Director for Science of the Siberian Institute of Management – a branch of the RANE and GS – Fasenko T.E.
Within the framework of the event, the main report was made by Doctor of Economics, prof. Department “Finance and Credit” – Sergei Voronin with a presentation on the topic: “Features of taxation of individual entrepreneurs and self-employed in the Republic of Uzbekistan.”
From the Siberian Institute of Management – a branch of the RANEPA(Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration) and the GS, the candidate of economic sciences, the dean of the Faculty of Economics and Finance – Dmitry Kunitsyn made a presentation on the topic: “Tax regimes of individual entrepreneurs and self-employed in the Russian Federation”, as well as an assistant professor of the Department of Taxation, Accounting and economic security – Alexander Vyzhitovich on the topic “Modern features of taxation of individuals in the financial markets”, head of the department – Tatiana Cherepkova on the topic “On the payment of personal income tax from interest income on deposits.”
Upon completion of the reports, a discussion and exchange of views took place, the topics of the reports aroused great interest. During the round table, the participants exchanged experience on topical issues of the development of the tax system. Guests, employees of the research department, teachers and students also expressed their wishes.
According to the speakers, the goal of the round table was achieved. The participants during the meeting discussed topical issues of taxation of individual entrepreneurs and offered their recommendations for improving tax mechanisms. Also, proposals were made to support business in the face of negative consequences from the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Conducting such round tables is of great importance for expanding the scientific horizons of both representatives of the teaching staff and students studying at these universities who were present at the discussion.