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The tax regime for the self-employed will be introduced on Sakhalin

The tax regime for the self-employed will be introduced on Sakhalin
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The State Duma adopted a law on the introduction from January 1 of 2020 of the year of a special preferential tax regime for self-employed citizens in the 19 regions of Russia. They included one subject of the Far Eastern Federal District - Sakhalin Oblast.

Starting from the new year, the tax rate for self-employed citizens will be 4%, and for those who provide services to legal entities or individual entrepreneurs - 6%. At the same time, such citizens will pay taxes according to a simplified procedure.

Earlier, Chairman of the Council of the Federation of the Russian Federation Valentina Matvienko proposed spread the tax regime for self-employed in all regions of Russia. Sentence approved by the president Vladimir Putin, this practice will gradually work across the country gradually. The experiment on taxes for the self-employed has already passed in Moscow, Moscow region, Kaluga region and Tatarstan, it was recognized as successful.

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