In Transcarpathia, the consolidated budget received UAH 1 billion 252 million
In January-May of 2015, the consolidated budget received UAH 1 billion 252 million, which is 51.3% or UAH 424 million 281 thousand more than that in the same period of the previous year. In particular, the state budget received UAH 618 million 954 thousand - 93% or UAH 298 million 952 thousand more, local budgets - UAH 633 million 110 thousand - 24.7% or UAH 125 million 333 thousand UAH more than that in January-May 2014.
In terms of fixed payments, in January-May 2015, the increase compared to the corresponding period in 2014 was achieved with value added tax, income tax for individuals, profit tax, single tax and excise tax on goods made in Ukraine, etc.
For example, during five months in 2015, UAH 226 million 720 thousand of value added tax was received, which is 40% or UAH 64 million 914 thousand more than that in the same period last year. Mostly, the increase is attributed to gradual introduction of electronic VAT administration.
Also worth noting the growth in revenues of the excise tax on retail sales of excisable goods; currently local budgets have received UAH 108 million 463 thousand of this tax.
The proceeds from single contribution for obligatory state social insurance amounted to UAH 1 billion 247 million 569 thousand.
The office specialists report that the cooperation with entities has been established, the tax culture and voluntary payment of taxes in the region gives every reason to expect in January-June revenues to the state budget at about UAH 725 million, which is 96.5% or UAH 355 million more than that in the same period last year. Total revenues to the local budget for the first half of the year, according to experts of the Main Office of SFS in Transcarpathian region, will be more than UAH 761 million, which is 21.6% or UAH 135 million more than that in the last year. Tax workers believe that stable and predictable revenues to local treasuries have positive impact on the development and well-being of local communities.