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Kamchatka authorities are ready to reduce taxes for business by 1 billion rubles

Kamchatka authorities are ready to reduce taxes for business by 1 billion rubles
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The authorities of the Kamchatka Territory are developing measures to support entrepreneurs in the region. The first decision package will focus on tax breaks.

According to the press service of the Government of the Kamchatka Territory, the discussed first package of support measures will be submitted for approval by the Legislative Assembly of the region next Tuesday. According to preliminary estimates, the authorities are ready to reduce the tax burden on entrepreneurs by one billion rubles.

One of the main support measures will be a reduction in the tax rate for organizations that are on a simplified taxation system. Starting from January 1, 2020, the rate will be reduced from 5% to 3% for those who have chosen “income” as the object of taxation. If the taxpayer chose the option “income minus expenses”, then the rate for him will be reduced from 10 to 7,5%. In those sectors that have suffered the most from coronavirus, the rate is planned to be reduced even more: from 5 to 1% and 10 to 5%.

The authorities have already included 25 industries on the list of those particularly affected by coronavirus. Among them are hotels, cultural facilities, medical clinics, gyms and beauty salons, dry cleaners, service stations, tourist and advertising businesses, passenger transport, cinemas, and also trade. Only pharmacies were not included in the list of victims.

Tourism companies are invited to exempt additionally from the transport tax. Collective placements offer exemption from property tax. Along with this, patent rates for individual entrepreneurs are expected to decrease.

In addition, the acceptance of documents has already begun to provide SMEs who are at risk with a microloan “Antivirus” developed by the regional government. Its maximum amount is 500 thousand rubles at 1% per annum, for a period of up to two years.

Together with regional measures that are being further developed in almost every region, they will soon be adopted and federal aid programs
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