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Business in the Khabarovsk Territory will receive new tax incentives

Business in the Khabarovsk Territory will receive new tax incentives
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Representatives of small and medium-sized businesses in the field of catering, hotels and transport services can count on new benefits in the Khabarovsk Territory. The decision to introduce additional support was made by the deputies of the regional Zakduma.

According to the press service of the Duma, the deputies considered amendments to the law on supporting entrepreneurs in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. The next amendments should ease the tax burden on catering establishments, hotel complexes and transport companies. The main condition is for entrepreneurs to be SMEs.

According to the Minister of Investment Development and Entrepreneurship of the Khabarovsk Territory, Maxim Tarasov, property tax has been reduced from 2,2% to 1,1%. Also, the transport tax on buses for transport companies has been halved.

The changes will affect about 229 hotels in the region, which are included in the register of small and medium-sized businesses, 1 cafes and restaurants. In 411, the amount of property tax from SMEs amounted to 2019 million rubles - this is the largest part of the total amount of collected property tax. This year, the loss of income from this tax due to the pandemic will amount to about 7,4 million rubles.

175 companies will be able to take advantage of the transport tax privilege. The shortfall in budget revenues from this tax will amount to 6,8 million rubles.

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