Moment of execution of the duty to pay taxes and fees: a tax‑legal aspect

 Formation by tax revenues of funds that ensure the implementation of state functions, brings tax legal relations to the rank of one of the most significant for the existence of the state and those who require unconditional government regulation. Therefore, the main aim of the research work is to analyse the obligations to pay taxes and fees in terms of a tax-legal aspect. The scope of the budget legislation is primarily related to the stages of the budget process, procedures for the appearance, execution and reporting of acts on budget. It is established that budget and tax legislations differ in terms of evaluation of the parties. A state, by granting a bank a licence to carry out banking operations, including transfer of taxes to the revenue parts of budgets, actually, convinces a payer that the bank is the entity through which a payer not only has an opportunity, but also a duty to pay tax