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Every fifth Russian approves the payment of "gray" salaries

Every fifth Russian approves the payment of "gray" salaries
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Every fifth Russian approves the payment of "gray" salaries. Low wages and high taxes were the reason for the positive attitude.

According to the results research Fund "Public Opinion", the majority of respondents (67%) do not approve of the payment of salaries in envelopes. Their dissatisfaction is caused by the decrease in pension savings.

The poll showed that more than 40% of Russians blame the state for the existence of illegal payments, which imposed unbearable taxes, about the same number blame employers who do not want to pay these taxes. According to 64% of respondents, it is more profitable to receive the entire salary officially, 20% consider it beneficial to receive a "gray" salary.

Among working Russians, 46% receive an official salary, 5% have an unofficial remuneration, and 4% receive a part of their salary "in an envelope".

Last year, experts estimated that about 24 million officially employed Russians of working age hide data on their income... They either don't work or get paid in an envelope.

Almost 45% of Russians began to earn from five thousand rubles to 15 thousand rubles during a pandemic. 8% of respondents receive less than five thousand rubles.

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