The Federation Council decided not to ban the self-employed Russians travel abroad

The bill on amendments to the Tax code aimed to bring the self-employed of the informal sector of the economy, does not provide for any restrictive measures. On Friday, may 12, reported on the website of the Federation Council.

“As noted by the meeting participants, the draft law does not foresee any prohibitive measures against the self-employed. In particular, there were no prohibitions regarding the provision of health services, pensions, travel abroad and so on”, — reads the statement of the press service.

According to the Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on budget and financial markets Sergey ryabukhina, the category of self-employed Russians has between 15 to 22 million people.

Earlier in may it became known that for self-employed Russians have not legalized their relationship with the state, can be created certain conditions that will cause them to think about what is more profitable — to pay taxes or continue to work only for themselves. The Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on social policy Valery Ryazan said that the number of such measures may include a ban on travel abroad and the deprivation of the full pension.