The Ministry of economic development of Russia does not support the introduction of the so-called tax on parasitism. About it as transfers “Interfax”, said Deputy Minister Oleg Fomichev at the sidelines of the economic forum “Sochi-2016″.

“We, frankly, are opposed to this idea because it’s hard to separate the real from the unemployed have lost touch with the labour market, those who formally works but does not pay money to insurance funds”, – explained the official.

“Secondly, it is very difficult administered by the system, because it is not clear how to find these people,” he said.

Instead of introducing fee from the unemployed in economic development, it will bring entrepreneurs out of the shadows. According to him, we are talking about registration of self-employment, freeing employers from payments, including social security funds for the first three years.

“This is a better design than to introduce a “tax on parasitism”, – said Fomichev.

The Deputy Minister also said that the question of the introduction of “tax on” social parasitism ” discussion in the “slow” mode. “To us he hasn’t “came”, even in the framework of interdepartmental coordination,” he said.

A few days ago, Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets said that the Ministry began drafting a bill that would force disabled residents to pay for the use of clinics and hospitals.

Vice Prime Minister stressed that the Russian legislation allows Russians not to work, but they do not pay insurance contributions, including in system of obligatory medical insurance (OMS).

In the spring of Deputy Minister Dmitry Peskov said at the international conference “Social insurance” that the Ministry of labor is discussing the possibility of introducing a tax for able-bodied persons officially anywhere not working.

The Ministry of economic development opposes “tax on”social parasitism” 30.09.2016

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