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Putin has proposed to assign the status of self-employed since the age of 16

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In Russia, they will reduce the age for obtaining self-employed status from 18 to 16 years. This was announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin during his video address to the Russians. According to his calculations, changes can affect three million people.

"Start-up entrepreneurs will also receive additional tax benefits, namely tax capital in the amount of one minimum wage, so as not to distract resources from developing their business to pay taxes," the president said.

The head of state also said that from July 1, a new tax regime for the self-employed will operate throughout the country. Earlier, he proposed to return the income tax for 2019 to citizens of this category.
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