(KZN.RU, August 8). On August 10-11, a festival of self-employed will be held in the Gorkinsky-Ometievsky forest of Kazan. More than 200 entrepreneurs will offer their products and services.
8 functional zones will be organized at the festival site: a market, a food court, an eco-market, a lecture hall, fitness, a nursery, and service and consultation zones.
Festival visitors will be able to take part in master classes, listen to lectures on ideas for a business, attracting investment, and why even the smallest business needs an SMM and a trademark. In addition, there will be workshops on the topics: “How to do everything and how to avoid burnout?”, “Event as a business”, “How to build the first business model?”, “Self-employed as a new ecosystem” and many others.
A children's area will be equipped. On August 11, there will be master classes on children's time management, German for children, the education of proper eating order in children and an open lesson in taekwondo.
Also, you could purchase handmade products at the sites. In the fitness zone, guests will be taught new exercises and could select a special training program. At the event, everyone could consult pension insurance specialists, psychologists and lawyers. Self-employed support center consultants will talk about the tax regime and help register as a self-employed.
The festival will begin at 11 am. The entrance is free. To participate in the fair, the self-employed must apply by calling: +7 (950) 317-15-11, +7 (987) 002-91-71, + 7 (937) 600-12-26, said the organizers.
Tatarstan is one of the pilot regions with a special tax regime “Professional income tax”. The program also involves Moscow, and Moscow and Kaluga Oblasts. All self-employed citizens of the Russian Federation and countries belonging to the Eurasian Economic Union can register as self-employed. This status allows you to conduct business legally and pay taxes at the minimum tax rate: 4% when working with individuals and 6% with legal entities.
For half a year, 123 thousand people were registered as self-employed in the pilot regions. Now 22 thousand self-employed are registered in Tatarstan; seven thousand are from Kazan.
Since 2020, any region of the Russian Federation may be eligible to introduce a special tax regime for the self-employed.