Tax revenues to the Russian consolidated budget in January-October increased to 37.6 trillion rubles - Yegorov
NOVO-OGAREVO. Nov 21 (Interfax) - Tax revenues to the Russian consolidated budget in January-October 2023 increased nearly 10% compared to the same period in 2022.
"Based on the results of 10 months, we have already reached 37.6 trillion. This is, in fact, plus 3.6 trillion rubles compared to last year," the head of the Federal Tax Service Daniil Yegorov said at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin, which took place late last night in Novo-Ogarevo.
At the end of the year, the Federal Tax Service expects growth to be at 9%. "Last year we had 42 trillion rubles - the total budget, and this year it will be, accordingly, 46 [trillion rubles]. That is, we will be at plus four trillion," Yegorov said.
The President asked the head of the Federal Tax Service a question about the dynamics of non-oil and gas revenues. Yegorov said that income tax receipts are growing by 20%, VAT by 11%, insurance premiums by 29% (taking into account deferred payments for last year), and personal income tax is up 13%.