Date: 3 months ago   Category: taxes

Military collecting in Ukraine became actually termless – lawyers


At the same time the amount of a tax became much higher than the stated 1,5% of salary. Military collecting of 1,5% from the income of natural persons which has been entered on August 3, 2014 and had to work until the end of 2014, now became actually termless, and his size has significantly grown. It is said in analytics of law firm of Prove Group. According to the Tax Code of Ukraine, payers of tax collecting are identified with payers of a tax on the income of natural persons, and since 2015 subject to taxation by tax collecting isn't limited only to the payments connected with the labor and civil relations. Now the tax assesses practically all income gained by the natural person including from rent of property, transactions, securities, investments and as dividends, it is told in analytics of a yurkompaniya. "Considering that the rate of income tax for persons whose monthly income exceeds ten minimum wages, has been raised since January 1, 2015 from 17% to 20%, in a year tax burden of natural persons has increased for 4,5%. Besides the interests of citizens, such unplanned increase in taxes, will negatively affect investment attractiveness of Ukraine and also will increase the level of shadow employment of citizens", - the managing partner of Prove Group Vladislav Kochkarov comments. At the same time, according to him, questions of payment of military collecting in the Tax Code are settled fragmentary that gives to bodies of the State Courier Service of the basis for interpretation of norms at discretion. So, difficulties when calculating the amounts of a tax are created that having determined subject to taxation by military collecting (for example, the salary), the legislator has disregarded base of the taxation. The base is the concrete sum with which taxes are estimated and paid. The State Courier Service, in turn, hasn't disregarded this gap in the legislation and has explained that military collecting is estimated from the income sum without deduction of other taxes (ERU, the insured sums, income tax). Thereby having increased receipts in the state budget at the expense of means of taxpayers. While it would be fair to settle base of military collecting in the Tax Code of Ukraine, having defined her as the total amount of the added income reduced by the amounts of other taxes. "The legislator has made changes to the Tax Code of Ukraine by which the validity of the specified duty is extended before completion of reform of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Considering that the Concept of reforming and development of Armed forces provides a number of actions until the end of 2017, and on completion of reform it has to be made corresponding the decision of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the tax actually becomes termless. Respectively, all above-mentioned problems can try to keep step a loop with taxpayers for years if the legislator doesn't bring specification in the Tax Code of Ukraine", - Kochkarov summarized. Law company Prove Group (LCPG) - the law firm specializing in the tax and customs right (administrative and legal proceedings), protection business interest

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