In the Kremlin explained what are the contributions of Russians in banks will impose a tax of 13%, and reported that it entered forever for the sake of

the Kremlin explained what are the contributions of Russians in banks will impose a tax of 13%, and reported that it entered forever for the sake of the 13% Tax is introduced on a regular basis, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov the Kremlin explained what are the contributions of Russians in banks will impose a tax of 13%, and reported that it entered forever for the sake of “justice”
Moscow-Live.ru / Akishin Vyacheslav Tax of 13% is introduced on a regular basis said press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov.
the Press service of the President of Russia

the proposal of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin to tax interest income of Russians from their deposits in banks – not a temporary measure for the period of the epidemic of coronavirus in the country. This 13% tax is introduced on a permanent basis, said press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov.

“the President’s speech, these measures were not limited by time,” said Sands, answering the question of whether there will be a new tax after the crisis caused by the spread of coronavirus infection COVID-19.

the Press Secretary underlined that the state without a new tax would be enough funds to Finance measures to support those due COVID-19 were in “difficult life situation”, and the reason introductionI of a new tax – “restoring the balance of justice”, reports RBK.

“the Overwhelming number of citizens with deposits have less than 1 million rubles (the account). Citizens who have more, are estimated at several percent. These citizens did not pay any taxes on the interest, it is unfair and, given the bulk of the assistance programme, which were to be announced, the President decided to restore the justice,” – said Peskov.

“If you have on your account is 1 million rubles, and you get 10% in the Bank, you get 100 thousand rubles a year, the percentage of your contribution. Before these 100 thousand roubles is not taxed, you now have in mind that with a hundred thousand and you pay 13%, i.e. 13 thousand rubles”, – he added.

He also said that “we are talking about one specific account, neither of which the totality of the question”, that is, the tax will be imposed only on interest income from deposits more than 1 million, and those who have money spread out across multiple deposits, each of which is less than this amount, nothing will not have to pay.

on March 24, as part of his televised address to the nation, Putin proposed to tax the income in the form of interest on Bank deposits or investment income worth more than RUB 1 million He noted that the tax will affect only about 1% of depositors.

However, according to the Agency for Deposit insurance, in 2019 the number of individuals ‘ deposits larger than 1 million rubles accounted for 55.3% of total deposits. Sands argues that these figures are wrong, but no evidence in support of his claim failed.