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The increased income tax rate will affect 1-2% of depositors

The increased income tax rate will affect 1-2% of depositors
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The increase in the personal income tax rate for incomes of more than five million rubles per year will affect only 1-2% of depositors. Such forecasts were given by the chairman of the board of Sberbank German Gref.

In an interview with the channel "Russia 24" German Gref said that among the bank's depositors there are only 1-2% of those who will have to pay 15% of personal income tax. At the same time, there is no outflow of deposits due to the increase in rates.

Tax rate may rise next year, relevant law is currently being considered by the State Duma... In total, according to the Ministry of Finance, the share of citizens who will pay increased personal income tax will not exceed 1%. The budget will receive an additional 60 billion rubles just for the payment of tax for 2021.

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