ASTANA – A new website, www.1ccc.kz, has been created by the Financial Academy to increase Kazakh citizens’ understanding of the law and financial literacy.
“The social network is a specialised professional website operating online. It is unique because of its opportunity to get information from professionals’ own lips,” said Olga Yanovskaya, president of the Financial Academy and an academician at the Eurasia International Academy of Economics, at press a conference of the Central Communications Service.
She noted businessmen and taxpayers are concerned with financial matters and legislation under present-day conditions. At times, individuals are unable to find dependable and adequate material and the website provides the necessary data as well as qualified comments regarding regulatory legal acts.
“Our activity and the assistance of the Ministry of Finance enables them to get reliable and sufficient information concerning legalisation, privatisation, business accounting, auditing activities, tax, customs legislation andelectronic state purchases,” said Yanovskaya, as reported by the Novosti-Kazakhstan Informational Agency.
The website contains video lectures and clips and informational charts. Users can participate in forums, webinars, trainings and seminars, find associates and join communities to discuss topical questions regarding tax and customs control of state purchases, business accounting and audits. Users can ask questions of experts in any topical discussion, with the vice ministers of finance Ardak Tengebayev, Ruslan Dalenov and Ruslan Beketayev and others also acting as advisors.
The website developers plan to create a news section which will be updated on a regular basis and have feedback from specialists providing necessary information on users’ requests. The social network will also be adapted for iOS and Android platform, which can sufficiently increase the quantity of users.