Notably, compared to the same period last year (2020), revenues from stamps and registered buildings rose 14% between April and July, indicating significant trade revenues from April this year.

GANDHINAGAR: Although there has been a sharp decline in Covid-19 cases in the region in recent weeks, working conditions are accelerating dramatic growth. Revenues in the region rose 36% from April to July this year compared to last year.

Notably, compared to the same period last year (2020), revenues from stamps and registered real estate rose 14% between April and July, showing significant sales revenue from April of this year.

By July 2020, which just ended, the stamp duty and registration fee were eight hundred and eighty -five dollars. Considering the period from April to July, the stamp for 2020 and the registration fee is 1,234 million. This year, revenue from service and registration stamps from April to July was 3,061 kroons.

An important factor is the Constitution of the State Tax Code, which accounts for 34% of the annual budget of 8,700 in the first four months of the financial year.

According to official documents, the amount saved in the first four months of 2020-21 was 1.94 million, compared to £ 4.07 million in the first four months of 2021-22 country

Thus, the maximum government rate (GDP) in the first four months of the budget year was only 6% compared to the current year. Stamps and financial documents rose 148% in the first four months of this financial year compared to the same period last year. The tax on motor vehicles rose 110% in the first four months of the financial year compared to the same period last year.

VAT on petroleum products (VAT) showed an increase of 81% in the first four months of the financial year compared to the same period last year. Government revenues from the sale of alcohol (prohibited and tax-deductible) showed an increase of 61% in April of this year compared to the same period. Why.

Even the state tax of all states showed a decrease below 2020-21 (79,793 million kroons) compared to the previous year 2019–2020 (08,035 rubles this year).

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