Speaker’s initiative Federation Council Valentina Matvienko exempting working parents in large families from paying personal income tax (NDFL) was approved by 56 percent of Russians. This is what the results say survey SuperJob Portal Research Center.
Those surveyed under the age of 34 voted for this idea most often—64 percent. Men reacted positively to the initiative more often than women – 63 and 47 percent, respectively, and Russians with children more often than those without children – 60 and 48 percent of respondents.
Another 22 percent of respondents were against it. The support provided to large families is sufficient, they believe. Another 22 percent of respondents chose the “difficult to answer” option.
The survey involved 1.6 thousand respondents over 18 years of age living in 383 localities of the country.
The idea of exempting large families from personal income tax Matvienko suggested at parliamentary hearings on fertility support. At the same time, she recommended that the initiative to create a separate law or presidential decree on the status of large families be brought to its logical conclusion.
Also in November, the head of the committee State Duma on family, women and children issues Nina Ostanina suggested provide free housing at the birth of the fifth child. Other initiatives she voiced include discounts on housing and communal services for such families, social housing and benefits when children visit cultural institutions.https://musicnewsfirst.com/