Revenues to budget from military tax collection grew by 30% in Q1 2017

Revenues to budget from military tax collection grew by 30% in Q1 2017

Due to an increase in minimum wage to UAH 3,200, revenues to the national budget from military tax collection in January-March 2017 grew by 30%, or UAH 725.8 million compared with the same period last year.

The State Fiscal Service of Ukraine issued a relevant report following a request from Ukrinform

“In January - March 2017, revenues to the state budget under the budget classification code 11011000 (military tax collection) amounted to UAH 3 billion 146.8 million, which is by UAH 725.8 million, or 30 % more compared with January - March 2016 (revenues in 2016 totaled UAH 2 billion 421 million),” reads the report.


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