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Deadlines for submission of electronic tax reporting have been extended

January 16, 2021

By the Decree of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic dated December 31, 2020, new terms for the transition of taxpayers to mandatory submission of tax reporting in an electronic document were determined.

According to the new deadlines, from April 1, 2021, organizations will be required to submit electronic tax reports through the "personal account" of, and individual entrepreneurs – from January 1, 2022-, the press service of the State Tax Service reports.

To submit tax reports, it is enough to fill out an Application for granting / restoring access to the information system on the website, print it and take it to the tax authority at the place of registration, where you can then access your "personal account" on the STS website. After gaining access, you can submit a report and use other online tax services completely free of charge.

At the same time, organizations, except for peasant or farm enterprises, will be required to submit tax reports in the form of an electronic document signed with a qualified electronic signature from January 1, 2022.

According to the previously approved deadlines, organizations and individual entrepreneurs were required to submit tax reports in electronic form using a qualified electronic signature from January 1, 2021. Since July 1, 2019, VAT payers, importers and exporters of goods have already applied a Qualified Electronic Signature when submitting electronic tax returns.

More information is available on the website or by calling 116.