The Ministry of Economy hosted a weekly meeting of the working group to ensure sustainable development of the republic’s economy

16 October 2020, Friday

Property support for small and medium-sized businesses and transition from UTII to other tax regimes were discussed at a videoconferencing meeting at the RT Ministry of Economy. The meeting was attended by members of the working group on ensuring sustainable development of the republic's economy and representatives of municipal districts and urban districts of Tatarstan.

As part of the meeting of the working group, it was noted that at present the Government of the Russian Federation is considering a draft federal law prepared by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation on reforming the institution of bankruptcy of legal entities.

In addition, in order to increase the efficiency of support for the construction industry, the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation has prepared a draft resolution on extension of preferential mortgages at 6.5% until the end of 2021.

One of the issues discussed during the meeting was the formation of a register of small and medium-sized businesses - recipients of support. Work on the Unified Register of SMEs has been underway since October 1 and provides for the consolidation of information from all previously created registers, which is subsequently intended to increase the efficiency of work with recipients of state support. Information for the register should be provided by both regional and municipal authorities, their subordinate organizations, and organizations that form the infrastructure for supporting small and medium-sized businesses.

Reports from Atninskiy, Cheremshanskiy, Rybno-Slobodskiy and Leninogorskiy districts on property support for entrepreneurship, transition of entrepreneurs from UTII to other taxation regimes and on the involvement of citizens in the implementation of the special tax regime “Tax on professional income” were heard at the meeting.

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