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The ‘coronavirus’ support measures have been adjusted

The Russian Government’s Resolution No. 1032 dated 11 July 2020 introduced amendments to the support measures for socially oriented non-for-profit organisations which were ‘adversely affected’ by the coronavirus restrictions.

The Government has approved the possibility to cut the tax residence period in 2020 down to 90 days It was approved today at the session of the Russian Government that individuals who stay in the Russian Federation from 90 days up to and including 182 days may recognise themselves as Russian tax residents in 2020 and, consequently, pay personal income tax at the rate of 13%, rather than the rate of 30% as established for non-residents. 
The Federal Tax Service of Russia has launched a service for paying subsidies on preventing Covid-19

 Starting 15 July, organisations and entrepreneurs from “affected” industries and also socially-oriented not-for-profit organisations will be able to receive a subsidy of RUB 15.000 and on top of that RUB 6.5 for each employee for reimbursing expenses on the prevention of coronavirus.

Rules have been approved for granting subsidies to SMEs and socially oriented non-commercial organisations as compensation for costs on preventing COVID-19 Pepeliaev Group advises that on 2 July 2020 the Government, in its resolution No. 976, approved the rules for granting direct free-of-charge non-recurring financial aid from the government to individual categories of small and medium-sized enterprises and socially oriented non-commercial organisations for the recipients of subsidies to get a partial compensation for the costs on taking measures in 2020 to prevent the new coronavirus infection. 
The list of affected sectors has been supplemented with water-borne and rail transportation

The Government's Resolution No. 927 dated 26 June has added passenger transportation by rail (i.e. a long haul service), marine and inland water-borne transport to the list of sectors “affected” by the spread of the coronavirus infection.
Review of new regional measures for tax support of owners of commercial real estate

We continue to monitor the news concerning the adoption of benefits in Russian regions with respect to property taxes for owners of real estate who are landlords. Please find below an overview table as at 29 June 2020.
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