Unified tax on imputed income for small businesses will not change in 2016

Moscow. November 19. The government and the state Duma has decided not to change next year, the deflator coefficient used to calculate imputed income for small and medium business, which would mean retaining the existing level of tax in the next year, told journalists the Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev reporters on Thursday in Manila.

“About imputed income for small and medium business – we made the final decision. We accept the order of the Ministry of economic development, I will sign it tomorrow, that of the six deflator this deflator for the unified tax on imputed income does not change. It remains at the level of the current year”, – said Ulyukayev, adding that the state Duma would approve the relevant amendments to the Tax code to avoid conflicts between the regulation and the law.

Until that decision is made only for one year.

The deflator coefficient is used to calculate the tax base for the unified tax on imputed income. The coefficient set every year depending on inflation.

The Ministry of economic development earlier in accordance with the Tax code, have calculated the increase of the coefficient-deflator for 2016 15,85%, setting it at the level 2,083 1,798 against in 2015, but suggested that the government change the Tax code so that the deflator in 2016 have not been restated.

The head of the Committee on budget and taxes of the state Duma Andrey Makarov was introduced to the state Duma a bill that proposes to keep the size of the coefficient on the current level in 2015, to prevent the increase of the tax burden on small businesses, to the explanatory note to the bill.