Media named 4 new taxes awaiting Russians in 2022

Media named 4 new taxes awaiting Russians in 2022

New taxes are expected to be introduced in Russia next year.

According to journalists, next year the tax burden on Russian citizens will increase: due to changes in the Tax Code, four new fees are introduced.

As reported by & # 8220; RBK Investments & # 8221;, the changes affected the methodology for calculating the tax on deposits in rubles.

So, in the current year, citizens pay a 13% tax on interest on deposits that exceed the Central Bank rate at the start of the year. As of January 1, 2021, the rate was 4.25%. With an estimated income of a 10% deposit, the difference was 5.75%. Thus, on the income received, equivalent to the 5.75% difference, the citizen will pay a tax of 13%.

A similar tax will have to be paid on income from a deposit in foreign currency.

Retirees will be required to pay income tax on dividends on deposit. The corresponding bill was submitted to the State Duma in 2021. The tax implies a tax exemption for inactive retirees, but ultimately the law was never passed, so all retirees will have to pay personal income tax on deposits.

In addition, income received in the form of interest on bank deposits, received not by inheritance will also be taxed.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that the NSF can refuse to declare 3-NDFL. A lawyer commented on the situation.


Pensions in Russia will be increased for three categories of citizens from December 1

Three categories of citizens will increase their pensions in Russia from December 1

The lawyer commented on the level of indexation of pension payments.

Three categories of citizens of the Russian Federation will increase their pensions from December 1.

The accumulation will be done automatically.

According to MK, citizens who worked until August of this year will receive a supplement to their pensions and those who resign, as well as all those who requested a recalculation and citizens who have reached the age of 80.

All will receive 6044 rubles in one-time annual payment. Thus, this payment will double.

Commenting on the indexation of pension payments, lawyer Artem Zelenkov said that the level of indexation for Russians who have reached retirement age, counts given the forecast inflation of 8.1% and current indicators of a decrease in the purchasing power of the population, could reach 9%.

However, more detailed data can only be seen in December.

Such indicators are given in the instruction of Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to which the head of state ordered the government to develop measures of relief. indexation of payments to retirees above the inflation threshold.

It also assumes that by 2022 the average annual pension will reach the level of 17 thousand rubles, by 2023 & # 8211; 18 thousand rubles, and by 2024 & # 8211; 18.7 thousand rubles.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that a bill has been submitted to the State Duma on indexing all pensions not below inflation .


The Ministry of Labor will change the registration system for poor Russians

The Ministry of Labor is will change the accounting system poor Russians

The Ministry explained whether this will affect the social support measures.

The Ministry of Labor announced that there are plans to change the accounting of the level of poor Russians.

As reported by & # 8220; Kommersant & # 8221; which has a draft resolution from the government of the Russian Federation, the department will use the poverty line indicator as an accounting tool.

The indicator is the cost of living, which was recorded in the 4th quarter of 2020. At that time it amounted to 11,300 rubles.

As the media explains, if the document goes into effect, the poverty line will be calculated by Rosstat, taking into account the so-called “8220;” string. index & # 8221; consumer price for a certain quarter.

The Ministry of Labor stresses that the indicator will be purely statistical and that social assistance will continue to be provided according to the indicators of the level of subsistence.

The media explained that the Ministry of Labor needs a recalculation to define the indicators of poverty in the Russian Federation in its dynamics and to avoid a situation in which the indicator tracks economic growth and the median income of the population.

For the moment, the document has been submitted for discussion by the Russian Trilateral Commission.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that the two departments & # 8211; Ministry of Labor and Ministry of Health, & # 8211; prepared new parameters for the calculation of payments to medical workers.


State Duma spoke of need to devalue ruble

The State Duma spoke of the need for the devaluation of the ruble

According to one of the deputies, Russia must also increase the key rate.

State Duma deputy Oleg Savchenko made a resounding statement.

According to him, Russia needs a devaluation of the ruble. He also noted that there is a need to increase the rate of the regulator, but it must be done ' cautiously & # 8221 ;, with an eye on & # 8220; objective factors', as well as the state of the economy in the world.

The official shared his opinion in an interview with when he commented on the dollar's rate hike above 75 rubles for the first time since last July, which s & # 39; # 39; is produced the day before.

He noted that the process of dollar and euro appreciation should not be stressful, as it was in 2014, and that devaluation should be predictable.

However, with the growth of the dollar and the euro, the state is increasing export opportunities.

& # 8220; The only way to level the playing field for our businesses & # 8211; gradual devaluation & # 8221;, & # 8211; the deputy is cited by the publication.

Despite the fact that the devaluation of the ruble negatively affects the standard of living of people. At the same time, according to the deputy, at the same time it is necessary to increase wages.

He noted that the US and EU continue to issue their currencies in increasing volumes, which affects the global economy

More Earlier, TopNews wrote that the Russians had been warned of the impending devaluation of the ruble. The expert spoke about the reasons and timing of the fall of the national currency.


The procedure for paying pensions will change in Russia from January 1

С On January 1, the procedure for paying pensions will change in Russia

Some retirees will be able to receive payment earlier.

From January 1, 2022, the procedure for paying pensions will change in Russia. Applicants can receive their pension before the due date. But a special decree will work in the territories where an emergency regime has been established.

To receive a pension earlier, a citizen must apply to the Pension Fund. There he will be offered to write a statement.

According to the regulations updated by the Ministry of Labor, a ban is also introduced on the withholding of pension debts if a citizen is declared bankrupt.

The documents also contain the possibility of receiving the funded part of the pension: Russians who received payments from the NPF will be able to receive money.

The procedure for receiving the pension of a deceased citizen has also been determined: the legal heirs can apply to the Pension Fund.

Meanwhile, the Russians have appointed the amount of the retirement that they deem worthy. According to the Superjob portal, on average, a decent pension for Russian citizens is 43,000 rubles.

For those under 24, a solid pension is 35.8 thousand rubles. People over 45 agree on 45,000 rubles.

Experts noted that residents of Moscow have the highest retirement expectations. Overall, expectations are up 8% from 2020.

As Topnews wrote earlier, the billionaire gave Russians advice on how to survive retirement. According to him, you have to buy a T1 and rent it when you retire. It is the only way to survive in old age.

European citizens do the same in old age.

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The tax office announced the refusal of the 3-NDFL declaration

The office of taxes declared refusal to declare 3-NDFL

The situation with the refusal of 3-NDFL has been commented on by a lawyer.

The FTS has announced the upcoming rejection of the document, popular for tax authorities, completed by individuals & # 8211; 3-NDFL tax return.

This statement was made by the head of the department Daniil Egorov.

In an interview with RBC, he said that around 14 million such statements are filed in Russia each year.

You can now refuse 3-NDFL, but this possibility depends on the ability of specialists to access user data.

According to Egorov, payers should see that the Federal Tax Service not only controls them, but also meets halfway through the automation of services.

Recall that, as a rule, the employer keeps personal income tax. Russians pay it themselves if they receive real estate as a gift, sell property or perform other actions. In such cases, it is necessary to submit an income tax return.

According to tax lawyer Viktor Andreev, the main benefit of turning down 3-NDFL will be convenience, as Russians will be more comfortable if they can get rid of one number of responsibilities.

& # 8220; But you will have to pay for it by totally denying the confidentiality of any of your data, mainly banking & # 8221 ;, & # 8211; quotes human rights activist

He noted that the department will only be able to calculate such a tax automatically if it receives data on all citizens' bank accounts and the movement of funds through them.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that Russia wants to abolish taxes for the poor. For everyone else they want to increase personal income tax.

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Unplanned increase in minimum wage and living wage in 2022 will affect 16 million Russians

 An unforeseen increase in the minimum and living wages in 2022 will affect 16 million Russians

Deputy Prime Minister Golikova announced social payments in 2022, which will affect 16 million Russians Russians. At the same time, from December 1, 2021, the PFR will increase payments to three categories of retirees.

Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova explained how the minimum wage and the cost of living will rise in the Russian Federation, revealing the details of the indexation, which was previously announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Recall that the day before he proposed to increase them by 8.6% next year, thus exceeding inflation.

In the project budget for 2022, that figure was only 2.5%. Thus, the size of the minimum wage (minimum wage) will be 13 890 rubles, the level of subsistence & # 8211; 12,654 rubles.

According to Golikova, the increase in indexation will affect 16 million citizens of the Russian Federation, since the amount of such payments depends on the amount of almost all other social benefits, including family allowances, holidays , regional supplements to residents' pensions, and many more.

She also clarified that the increase in the minimum wage will affect the wages of 3 million Russians … Local authorities will be able to provide indicators for growth with funds mainly from the federal budget, as well as from the WBF and theirs, but to a lesser extent.

It is reported that the government will allocate about 30 billion rubles to increase the minimum wage and the living wage.

According to forecasts of the Bank of Russia, inflation will reach 7.4 & # 8211; 7.9%, however, the rise in food prices reached 10.89% in October, says RIA Novosti.

The Pension Fund also indicated that this year, from December 1, three categories of Russian retirees will benefit from increased payments.

As reported by with reference to information received from the department, these will include:

  • retirees who resigned last August. They will be recalculated and will receive a supplementary pension for three months. It is not necessary to apply for this, as well as to apply personally: the recalculation is done automatically based on the data received from the employer.
  • retirees who turned 80 in November of last year. Their fixed pension will double.
  • Russians who filed an application with the PFR agency with a request for recalculation of retirement savings, as well as documents proving their right to increase cash security.

Earlier Topnews wrote that the Pension Fund explained how to get a lump sum from pension savings.


The billionaire gave advice to Russians on how to survive retirement

The billionaire has gave Russians advice, how to survive retirement

The businessman named a way by which Russian pensioners can secure a decent old age.

Russian billionaire Alexander Sharapov explained how to survive retirement in our country.

According to the businessman, you can secure your life in old age by purchasing the so-called & # 8220; pension odnushka & # 8221 ;.

In an interview with, he said that otherwise in Russia it is difficult to save for retirement and the payments in this category are now low.

Explaining its position on the & # 8220; pension odnushka & # 8221; , he noted that such an apartment is easy to rent.

& # 8220; Because either my kids or my friends and acquaintances rented such an apartment & # 8221; & # 8211; confident merchant.

He called buying an apartment to rent it a popular tool, for example, in China, India, Brazil.

In these countries, according to the entrepreneur, the stock markets are poorly developed, as well as life insurance.

Sharapov noted that house prices will continue to rise in Russia and the price of the ruble will fall, while real estate is able to protect against inflation due to long-term growth.

& # 8220; I don't expect a rebound in [real estate] prices in Russia & # 8221;, & # 8211; said the billionaire.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that the Moscow State Duma deputy said pensioners should ask their children for help.

Natalya Metlina noted scandalous comments.

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Media: Belarus cut off oil from Poland

Media: Belarus blocked oil from Poland

Minsk explained the stopping of fuel pumping through Druzhba by an accident on the pipeline.

Transneft spokesman Igor Demin told media that Belarusian Gomeltransneft, which operates pumping oil to Poland via the Druzhba pipeline, has stopped the fuel supply since November 16.

So far only about three days the transfer has been stopped.

According to TASS, the official reason for the suspension of the fuel supply is that unscheduled repairs are underway on one of the branches of the pipeline.

Also, according to Demin, there has been no change in the pumping plans for a month.

We know that the GP & # 8220; Friendship & # 8221; the oil is supplied to refineries in Belarus, from where the fuel is supplied to Europe.

Start & # 8220; Friendship & # 8221; takes in the Samara region in Russia, then it passes through the Bryansk region and then, along different branches, goes to Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania and Latvia.

Recall that & # 8220; scheduled repairs & # 8221; began against the background of a political crisis in relations between Poland and Belarus, caused by the migrant crisis on the border of the two states.

Thus, according to Warsaw, there is 12,000 & # 8211; 15,00 refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries in the Middle East.

According to media reports, around 4,000 people gathered at the border itself.

As Topnews wrote earlier, the President of Belarus has already warned that the Yamal gas pipeline could close & # 8211; Europe in case the European Union decides to introduce new restrictive measures against his country.

Commenting on Lukashenka's intentions, the Russian president Vladimir Putin expressed hope that he would not come to this and promised to meet with his Belarusian counterpart.