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Mishustin will appoint the head of the Federal Tax Service
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has appointed the head of the Federal Tax Service. It was his former deputy Daniil Egorov.
The order of appointment is published on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers. It is known that the new head of the Federal Tax Service was born in 1975 in Moscow. In 1998 he graduated from the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia with a degree in jurisprudence.
Daniil Egorov came to the tax service in 2001 as a consultant to one of the departments of the Moscow Inspectorate. Two years later, he began to occupy leadership positions. In 2011, he was appointed Deputy Head of the Federal Tax Service. He was responsible for the introduction of digital systems that allow you to control taxes in the b2b and b2c sector.
With the participation of Daniil Egorov, an automated VAT control system was introduced, a reform of cash registers was carried out, and a tax regime was developed for the self-employed.
Previously, Mikhail Mishustin held the post of head of the Federal Tax Service. After the government of the Russian Federation resigned January 15, President Vladimir Putin offered him a post Prime Minister. Later, the State Duma approved the candidacy.