The consolidated budget received 67.7 billion hryvnias of taxes
For January-April 2023, the consolidated budget received UAH 67.7 billion in taxes. This is reported by the Central Interregional Office of the State Internal Revenue Service for Work with Large Taxpayers.
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How many taxes have been received?
“For January-April 2023, taxpayers of the Central Interregional Office of the Internal Revenue Service for Work with Large Taxpayers paid taxes to the consolidated budget in the amount of 67.7 billion hryvnias,” the message says.
According to tax information, 87.1% of all revenues of the Central Administration, which is almost UAH 59 billion, were provided by several branches of the national economy.
Thus, wholesale and retail trade enterprises paid UAH 11.8 billion in taxes and fees in January-April 2023, which is UAH 0.6 billion or 5% more than in the same period last year.
Extractive industry enterprises paid UAH 9.5 billion in taxes and fees to the consolidated budget.
Enterprises providing electricity, gas, steam, and air-conditioning supplies received more than UAH 9 billion in revenue.
Representatives of the processing industry paid UAH 8 billion in taxes and fees, which is almost UAH 2 billion, or 28.3% more than revenues in January-April 2022.
Transport infrastructure enterprises (including warehousing and courier services) — UAH 7.4 billion.
SHDs, employed in the sphere of professional, scientific and technical activities, received an income in the amount of UAH 6.6 billion, which is more than last year’s indicators by UAH 1.9 billion
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Source: Ministry of Finance