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Primorye authorities seek preservation and legalization of jobs
During a press conference in the government of Primorsky Krai, representatives of the region’s executive authorities told the media about measures to support business and employment. The self-employment program, which started on July 1, is very popular.
The Minister of Economic Development of Primorsky Krai Natalya Naboychenko recalled that all measures to support small and medium-sized enterprises - both federal and regional, are aimed at preserving jobs and enterprises.
“In Primorye, there has been no decrease in the number of SMEs,” the minister assured. “Moreover, if on January 1 we had 88 thousand business entities, today it is 89,5 thousand.”
Konstantin Shestakov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Primorsky Territory, listed several support measures most popular among entrepreneurs.
“Credit products that were provided to our business at different times mean preserving the staff that was before the start of the restrictive measures for the pandemic,” said Konstantin Shestakov. - Accordingly, if you want to get a loan at 0% or 2%, then you need to keep your staff from layoffs. By and large, the state agreed to repay this loan to you through the subsidy mechanism. Support measures are aimed at maintaining the business, as such, at maintaining the team. The support mechanism at the regional level is carried out through social recruitment. Thus, you can not only save the team, but also solve problems that did not reach your hands before. Take travel companies, hotels. It was not possible to do repairs or landscaping? Now you take a loan, and delegate new functionality to people from your own team. For example, the person was a tourism manager, and now he is engaged in beautification or document management in a hotel. More than one thousand people applied for a similar measure of support. ”
Natalia Naboychenko pointed out the popularity of such a method of employment as registering as self-employed - in just a week, more than a thousand took this opportunity in a week.
According to Konstantin Shestakov, self-employment is correctly perceived not as a new tax, but as a preference.
“You legally rent an apartment to a private person and, being self-employed, pay the state only 4% - instead of paying 13% on personal income tax,” Konstantin Shestakov gave a clear example of the benefits of the new regime.