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Special tax regime for self-employed introduced in Buryatia

Special tax regime for self-employed introduced in Buryatia
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A special tax regime for the self-employed was introduced in Buryatia. Previously, the region was not among the territories where such a regime could be applied.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, the initiative of the authorities of Buryatia to spread the regime was adopted by the deputies of the People’s Khural. In their opinion, this will allow many self-employed to get out of the shadows and receive state support.

To obtain self-employed status, you need to register, this is done completely online using the "My Tax" application. This regime can be used by those who provide services to individuals and legal entities, but do not hire employees. The tax is 4% for the provision of services to individuals and 6% for work with legal entities. The amount of income should not exceed 2,4 million rubles per year.

At the end of March, the State Duma adopted amendments proposing to distribute special preferential tax treatment for self-employed throughout Russia. Previously, he acted in 23 regions.

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