Getmantsev noted that this false information was spread by “another self-proclaimed expert.”
Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Finance, Tax and Customs Policy Danilo Getmantsev denied information that in Ukraine all transfers to the accounts of individuals are taxed.
The people's deputy wrote about this on his Telegram.
Getmantsev noted that this false information about the 18% tax for each transfer to an individual’s account was spread by “another self-proclaimed crazy expert in the usual attempt to search for cheap hype.”
“In the pre-New Year vacuum of economic information, the “news” was carried. Knowing the answer, he re-read the strategy again. Apparently he didn’t find it.
But the residue remained. Well, are we really so infantile that in the second year of the war we have to fight against absolute inadequate people and their conscious or unconscious (in its absence) pro-Russian IPSO? Let’s finally move from the year of the rabbit to the year of the dragon!”, called Daniil Getmantsev.
Earlier, Anatoly Amelin, director of economic programs at the Ukrainian Institute of the Future analytical center, said that the government had approved the National Revenue Strategy, which, among other things, provides for taxation of card-to-card transfers at a rate of 18%.
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