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Self-employed return tax on income for 2019

Self-employed return tax on income for 2019
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Vladimir Putin proposed returning self-employed citizens in full their income tax paid in 2019. The president also intends to provide all self-employed with “tax capital” in the amount of one minimum wage. At the expense of him, they will be able to make tax payments this year, preserving their income.

Also at a meeting on the sanitary and epidemiological situation, Putin said that it is necessary to reduce the fiscal burden on individual entrepreneurs who are employed in the industries most affected by coronavirus restrictions. The President proposed this year to provide entrepreneurs with a tax deduction of one minimum wage for insurance premiums.

In addition, government agencies that provide microfinance support to entrepreneurs, small businesses, family businesses in the regions, capitalize on 12 billion rubles. They will take measures so that they can continue to work further. 

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