The state Duma adopted the law on support of charity

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The state Duma at the third reading following the meeting of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin with activists of the movement “We are together” took the bill to support charity. Reports about it “Газета.Ru”.

The document amends the second part “of the Tax code of the Russian Federation” and are supplemented by sub-paragraphs 195 and 196. Now up to 1 percent of revenue to charity will not be taxed.

The law exempts from tax the income in the form of cash incentive payments for performance of especially important works, the special conditions and additional burden to the persons involved in the detection, prevention and elimination of consequences of novel coronavirus infection providing social services to citizens, including doctors and social workers, RIA Novosti reported.

May 15, Putin instructed the government by June 1, 2020, a tax write-off for the II quarter for small businesses and socially oriented non-profit organizations (NPOs). Also the Cabinet is requested to provide an opportunity for businesses that were affected by the pandemic, and NGOs loans to support employment with a maturity up to 1 April of the following year.

Earlier, the head of state instructed the government to develop measures to help NGOs. In the example, the President has put measures to support the enterprises of small and medium-sized businesses. Elaboration and implementation of measures was mandated by restrictive measures imposed to combat coronavirus.

The daily growth of new cases of infection with coronavirus in Russia for the seventh day in a row does not exceed 10 thousand. In recent days revealed 8894 new cases of infection with coronavirus. According to 21 may, the country registered 8926 new cases COVID-19; may 20 operational staff reported on 8764 cases; 19 may, the country registered a case 9263, may 18 it was reported 8926 cases, 17 and may 16 — on 9709 and 9200 cases, respectively.

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