Sverdlovsk Region financial organizations pay 35% less in taxes

11 February 2016 (09:28)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, February 12, 2016. Sverdlovsk Region directed 244.2bn RUR to Russia’s budget last year, which exceeded the figures for 2014 by 6.4%, or 14.7bn RUR, Sverdlovsk Region division of Russia’s Federal Tax Service reports.

Most of the money (84.3%) came from taxpayers in the processing industries, production and distribution of water, natural gas, and electric power, the building industry, wholesale and retail trade, transportation and communication, real estate, services, and finance.

The increase in the amount of taxes was the greatest (28%, or 10.838bn RUR) in the wholesale and retail trade sector (including a 38% increase (9.174bn RUR) in the wholesale sector).

Taxpayers in the processing industries paid 6% (4.42bn RUR) more taxes than in 2014, those in real estate paid 21% (5.987bn RUR) more taxes.

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