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Hauliers most often apply for business subsidies

Hauliers most often apply for business subsidies
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In Russia, they began to pay subsidies to individual entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized businesses. Most often, representatives of the areas of cargo transportation, trade, the tourism industry, cosmetology and hairdressing services seek support.

As the head of the Federal Tax Service Daniil Egorov said at a briefing, since May 1, 351 thousand organizations and entrepreneurs have applied for subsidies. Of these, 257 thousand applications meet all the criteria, the rest have errors in the documentation, or they do not fit the stated criteria.

The tax authorities sent 77 thousand applications that have already been drawn up and verified to the Treasury. The first 44 thousand individual entrepreneurs have already received payments to their accounts.

Recently, the Russian government allocated to the Federal Treasury over 81,1 billion rubles for the provision of subsidies small and medium-sized businesses of the sectors most affected by coronavirus. It was stated that support will receive more than 970 thousand organizations.

An enterprise can receive 12 rubles per employee. This money can be used to solve urgent problems, including the issue of salaries. In order to receive a subsidy, an enterprise must save at least 130% of its employees in March this year. Also on subsidy rules the company should not be in the process of liquidation or bankruptcy proceedings, tax and insurance debt should not exceed three thousand rubles.

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