A bill to abolish taxes on the sale of housing for military families will be introduced into the Duma

A bill will be submitted to the State Duma to exempt family members of participants in a special operation in Ukraine from paying taxes on the sale of real estate. This was announced by the chairman of the party “A Just Russia – For Truth” Sergei Mironov.

“We are talking about exemption from paying personal income tax for family members of participants in a special military operation when selling real estate <...> regardless of the period of acquisition of real estate,” explained Mironov (quote according to TASS).

According to the current rules, all Russians must pay a personal income tax at a rate of 13% when selling housing less than five years after purchase, the deputy recalled.

The Ministry of Defense also proposed to index certain payments to military personnel and combat veterans discharged from military service. IN project resolution, published on the portal of draft regulatory legal acts, reports plans to index insurance payments, salaries and one-time benefits to military and police officers in the amount of 1.04%.

Earlier, a bill was introduced to the State Duma to change the order of succession for military mortgages. The document noted that the wives and minor children of soldiers killed during a special operation should receive priority in inheriting real estate purchased under the military mortgage program.

Another proposal to support military families was initiative on the ban on dismissing widows of special operation participants within a year after the death of their spouses. The rights of the wives of dead fighters can be protected by analogy with the rights of women with a child under three years of age, single mothers, and also raising a disabled child under the age of eighteen.

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