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Russia Eyeing New Tourist Accommodation Tax

by Jason Gorringe, Tax-News.com, London

29 April 2019


The Russian Government is reportedly considering the introduction of a number of new taxes, including a tax on hotel stays.

The new levy on temporary accommodation would reportedly be introduced from 2023 and would amount to no more than RUB100 (USD1.5) per person per night, with the rate to be determined by local administrations. It would replace the so-called "resort fee" being trialled in various districts of Russia presently.

The scope of the levy is expected to be broad, capturing both hotels and those providing peer-to-peer accommodation services.

The Government is also reportedly considering an environmental levy, a tax on heavy goods vehicles, and a new telecommunications services levy.

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