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The system of supervision and control should not be used against the self-employed Russians. This was stated by first Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov, reports RBC.
According to him, most of the inhabitants of the country who work on their own and there are 8-10 million, “work without supervision” and not necessarily registered as self-employed.
“Some of the vital elements of such supervision may needed. But in the initial stages three, five and maybe more years — this review probably makes no sense to enter” — said Siluanov.
According to the head of the Ministry of Finance, supervision should not enter, because in this case “no incentive to switch from unregistered activities in the open legitimate legal framework”. He added that the release of the self-employed from the supervision you need to fix the law when extending the experiment to a tax on professional income.
In March, Rosstat reported that the informal sector in Russia increased to 20.1 percent of total employment in the country older than 15 years (or 14.6 million people).
By the end of 2017, the figure was 19.8 per cent (14.3 million people). It consists of employees of enterprises not registered as a legal entity, including individual entrepreneurs and their employees, as well as self-employed.
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