BOC and the State Tax Service hold the first webinar during martial law

Despite the fact that the war has brought about changes in our lives, we have managed to reorganize and return to a convenient format for all online events to communicate more closely with the business community.
Today was the first of a series of webinars on specifics of taxation, aimed at supporting businesses and citizens during martial law. The event was organized by the Business Ombudsman Council jointly with the State Tax Service of Ukraine.
The STS specialists told how the single tax for different groups of individuals-entrepreneurs is currently regulated and explained innovations on exemption from paying the single tax by Group I and II private entrepreneurs, as well as a single contribution and property tax from individuals during martial law. The conversation was moderated by the BOC investigator Kirill Nominas.
The STS representatives answered the webinar participants’ questions, which were very numerous. Those issues not related to the webinar topic would be addressed during our upcoming webinars. Therefore, we encourage you to register for the next events and address your questions to speakers in the registration form at: https://bit.ly/3sITstG.
We would also like to remind you that business community representatives have the opportunity to submit their appeal to the #BOC_helpline and we will make every effort to process your issue individually https://bit.ly/3wHa7jT.
Already in a week, on May 31 at 11:00 we invite you to the second webinar “Taxes During War: What Basic Changes Occurred in the Work of Tax Officers?” to find out how the Tax Service functions and interacts with business during martial law.
Register for the whole series of online events at: https://bit.ly/3sITstG

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