Today, on January 1, law № 90190-IX on the introduction of a single account for the payment of taxes, fees, and SSC came into force in Ukraine.
According to it, a single account is an account that a taxpayer may open at his/her own discretion in the Treasury and use in order to pay monetary obligations and/or tax debt on taxes and fees provided for by the TCU and SSC.
That is, Ukrainians will be able to pay corporate income tax, personal income tax, single tax, rent, as well as tax debt on such taxes through a single account.
As we reported earlier, on December 28, the Ministry of Finance announced the establishment of the Ukrainian Financial Housing Company (UFHC).
According to the statute, the purpose of the Ukrainian Financial Housing Company is to ensure the functioning of the mortgage lending market, to promote and implement financial and credit mechanisms for providing housing to the citizens of Ukraine.
It will offer financial instruments that allow citizens to take mortgage loans from banks through the state at 7% per annum for a period of 20 years.