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Two tax rates lowered for entrepreneurs in Khabarovsk

Two tax rates lowered for entrepreneurs in Khabarovsk
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Deputies in Khabarovsk have taken new measures to support a business affected by the introduction of coronavirus restrictions. Tax rates and ratios reduced for UTII and land tax.

According to the press service of the city administration, the decrease in the K2 coefficient for calculating UTII will be 35%, and the land tax - 50%. According to the director of the city financial department Sergei Golik, the shortfall in city budget revenues will amount to about 109 million rubles for UTII, and for land tax - 18 million.

The reduction in the tax burden will affect small and medium-sized enterprises, which operate in the 11 most economically affected sectors of the coronavirus. It will be possible to apply reduced ratios when calculating the tax from January 1 to December 31, 2020.

Together with tax cuts, city deputies introduced two new subsidies for entrepreneurs. Benefits can be issued for reimbursement of costs in the context of a deteriorating economic situation and reimbursement of the cost of repairing vehicles for transporting passengers. Under the first program, the city budget has allocated 6,9 million rubles, for the second - 1,7 million rubles.

Earlier in the Khabarovsk Territory Of entrepreneurs exempted from rent payments when using regional property and from checks at the time of quarantine measures. On the eve of the mayor of Khabarovsk Sergey Kravchuk called for fine entrepreneurswho do not monitor compliance with the mask regime and do not provide employees and visitors with protective equipment. 
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