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The government is preparing to confiscate citizens more than 2 trillion rubles

Economists in one voice say: the current crisis in contrast to the events of 2008-2009, when problems were solved tranches from the budget, has in the first place household, that is, by ordinary people. In times of “stability” talked a lot about the need for the development of the so-called “human capital”. Now, finally, it became clear what this means: when run out of oil, the only source of payments in the remaining population. At his expense the state intends to save the budget, stability, state corporations and “geopolitical greatness”.

For several months in the government invent new ways of taking money from citizens quite legally. Admittedly, the officials reached in this known invention. We have calculated how much money the government intends to shift from the pockets of citizens in their own in 2016, and received a discouraging amount of 2 trillion rubles. The main component of these trenches from the poor in favor of the authorities — withdrawal of money from the pension system, as well as a planned increase in insurance premiums to non-budgetary funds for employers. Among other sources of state welfare notorious contributions for the repair, the scandalous system of “Plato”, the new taxes and excise taxes, which burden will fall on small business and individuals. About how the state is going to “save” in the crisis, a lot of talk, but the numbers for individual articles never were summed up. Probably in order not to make a disappointing conclusion: in 2016, officials in addition to existing taxes will reach in my pocket to every Russian citizen, including infants, — 14 thousand rubles. Each of 82.6 million able-bodied citizens of the Russian Federation would transmit to the Treasury an additional 25 thousand rubles.

Правительство готовится изъять у граждан более 2 трлн рублей

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