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Self-employed Russians may be required to pay taxes
Self-employed Russians may be required to pay taxes. This proposal was made by the Chairman of the Council of the Federation of the Russian Federation Valentina Matvienko. She refers to the experience of four pilot regions where the experiment was successful.
As the TASS, tax for citizens providing paid services without hiring employees is charged in Moscow, Moscow region, Kaluga region and Tatarstan. The experiment is valid from 2019 year. For those who provide paid services to individuals, the tax is 4%, legal - 6%.
According to Valentina Matvienko, more than 200 thousand Russians are registered as self-employed. She proposes not to delay the taxation process for a long time and introduce it in all regions.