Trading fees will be introduced in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Sevastopol on July 1, 2015. They will be charged from retail properties of 15 categories. Non-stationary facilities located outside the Moscow Ring Road will have to pay 28,35 thousand rubles every quarter. Objects within the Moscow Ring Road - 40,5 thousand rubles. And located in the Central Administrative District - 81 thousand rubles. Entrepreneurs and businessmen engaged in retail are now forced to pay 40,5 thousand rubles. Quarterly.
Objects of stationary trade with an area of up to 50 sq. M, individual stores, objects built into residential buildings, pavilion shops in shopping centers, warehouse stores, show rooms, will pay 21 thousand, 30 thousand or 60 thousand rubles. depending on location. Each extra meter of the company will cost 50 rubles.
Trade collection benefits apply to agro-industrial clusters, trade in cinemas, theaters and museums, if the proceeds from the sale of tickets is at least 50%. They will not be charged trade fees.
In Moscow, a business must pay trade fees as early as July 15. Companies must make their first payment no later than October 26.