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The Federation Council supported the idea of ​​abolishing personal income tax for citizens with low earnings

The Federation Council supported the idea of ​​abolishing personal income tax for citizens with low earnings
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Federation Council speaker Valentina Matvienko supported the idea of ​​abolishing personal income tax for low-income citizens. In her opinion, this category includes people receiving salaries at the minimum wage level.

“This needs to be discussed and considered, since it will be a big drop-out income,” Valentina Matvienko quotes RBC. For the same reason, the government of the Russian Federation is cautious about the idea of ​​abolishing a 13% income tax for citizens with low wages.

The speaker of the Federation Council noted that on the eve of the law was signed, which increased the minimum wage in Russia. In 2020, it will amount to 12,13 thousand rubles.

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