168.5 billion rubles of taxes were collected in Bashkiria for the first nine months
In January — September 2013 in Bashkortostan the budgets of all levels mobilized 168.5 billion rubles of taxes and other obligatory payments administered by the tax authorities. This is by nearly 10 percent higher than the comparable figure of 2012, Marat Vakhitov, the head of the Bashkortostan Directorate of the Federal Tax Service informed at the press conference in Bashinform News Agency on Tuesday.
According to the Russian Federal Tax Service, 75,313 million rubles were directed to the federal budget (44.7 percent of total revenues), with an increase of 12.8 percent compared to January-September 2012.
70,471 million rubles were received by the consolidated budget of Bashkortostan Republic, with an increase of 6.6 percent. Of these, 54 461 million rubles went to the republican budget (plus 4.3 percent), 16,010 million rubles — to the local budgets (plus 15.3 percent).
The most significant amount of revenues — 25.6 percent — was provided by the mineral extraction tax: 43 130 million rubles. This is by 3.8 percent more than in January -September 2012. 24.1 percent of revenues (40,543 million rubles) were accounted for excise taxes, 17 percent ( 28,654 million) for personal income tax, 14.3 percent (24,158 million rubles) for income tax, 10.3 percent (17,295 million rubles) for value added tax, 5.6 percent (9471 million rubles) for property taxes.