During 11 months of 2018, local budget revenues have increased by 22.5%, or by UAH 39 billion, as compared to the similar period of 2017 and amounted to UAH 212.5 billion. This was announced by Vice Prime Minister/Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Hennadii Zubko.
"Local budget earnings already make up 95.1% of the approved plan for the entire 2018. Moreover, revenues for 11 months already exceed local budget revenues, received for the whole year of 2017, by UAH 20.6 billion, or by 10.7%", stressed Hennadii Zubko.
In particular, the personal income tax (PIT) payments make up UAH 122.9 billion, which is more against the revenues in January-November of 2017 by 26.2%. Out of 13 regions demonstrating a growing trend in the PIT payments which is higher than the average for Ukraine, 4 regions provided an increase of more than 28%.
The amount transferred from the payment for land was UAH 25.0 billion, which is by 3.3% (+UAH 0.8 billion) more than in 2017. Out of 19 regions that provided a growing trend in payments for land above the average in Ukraine, more than 10% of the growth was achieved in 6 regions.
The actual income from the single tax amounted to UAH 28.1 billion (increased by UAH 5.9 billion, or 26.8%).
Regarding local budget revenues of 665 consolidated communities, in January-November 2018 they grew by 62.6% and amounted to UAH 18.9 billion (grew by UAH 7.33 billion).