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|Title:||Tax regulation of the Russian Federation health resorts as a sustainable development factor|
|Citation:||Levkevich M. Tax regulation of the Russian Federation health resorts as a sustainable development factor / M. Levkevich, N. Bryukhanova, G. Astratova. — DOI 10.1051/e3sconf/202125805001 // E3S Web of Conferences. — 2021. — Vol. 258. — 05001.|
|Abstract:||Ensuring the health of the population and promoting universal well-being is a priority goal for all mankind. It is confirmed by national projects and interstate programs in the field of sustainable development. A special role in the issue of universal health coverage is played by the services of health resort organizations (HRO). HRO play an important role in ensuring the sustainable development of the Russian industrial territories, contributing to the achievement of good health, well-being and economic activity of the population. The development of HRO in Russia faces a number of problems. One of the most ones is improving the tax policy in the health resort industry. Despite the relevance, this issue is very poorly studied. That is why it is necessary to use adequate taxation regulatory mechanisms. Analysis of the economic activity results of a number of HRO allowed concluding that most of them are unprofitable. The actual tax burden is much higher than recommended by the fiscal authorities. The purpose of the study was to analyze the tax regulation in the health resort sphere and to develop tax regulation methods that contribute to achieving the goal of sustainable development of the state in the field of health. The results obtained allow us to draw conclusions and propose some taxation methods in the health resort sector. © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2021.|
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||The work was supported by Grant of the President of the Russian Federation (МК4549.2021.2).|
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