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Taxes from self-employed citizens will begin to be collected in Primorye

Taxes from self-employed citizens will begin to be collected in Primorye
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Starting July 1, in the Primorsky Territory, the activities of self-employed citizens will be subject to a “professional income tax” of 4% - 6%. This will allow them to legalize their activities with minimal losses and begin to use government support measures.

According to the press service of the governor of the region, on the eve of the regional government held a meeting on the new tax regime. As an example of self-employed speakers called taxi drivers and freight forwarders on personal vehicles, citizens, renting tourists housing and those who provide them with excursion services.

According to officials, the work of the new tax regime is well demonstrated by the type of activity such as renting an apartment. A natural person is charged 13%, and a self-employed 4%. In this case, the lessor gets the opportunity to conclude a formal contract, receive payment on the card without risk and give advertising.

 

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