Russian Finance Minister Siluanov called on the contribution of the business world to the budget to the fair
PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, March 19 – RIA Novosti. The company’s contribution to the budget is fair, aforementioned Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov in an interview with Moscow Kremlin correspondent Pavel Zarubin on the Putin TV show Rossiya 1.
“Why isn’t it fair that we see profits increase 2-3 times compared to normal normal levels? If we take the volume of the profit growth and how much we expect to receive, that’s a totally miserable amount,” said Siluanov. He answered the question of whether the payment from the enterprise to the budget was fair.
Oil, gas and coal companies exempted from budget contributions
First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Andrey Belousov announced in early February that the government is working with the business community on a one-time payment to the 2023 budget. The Ministry of Finance announced that oil and gas and coal companies, the SME sector and companies with pre-tax profits below 1 billion rubles will not pay this contribution, but banks are no exception. The budget is expected to receive these funds in the fourth quarter of 2023. Siluanov previously said that it is planned to receive a total of 300 billion rubles.
In addition, the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation estimates the rate of one-time business payment to the budget of about 5% of the increase in excess profits of large enterprises. As Siluanov pointed out, speaking at the RUIE congress, a one-time payment to the budget will affect only 0.1% of Russian companies.
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