The taxation of investment income from participation in collective investment institutions (CII).
Investors Mutual (PIF) and corporate (CIF) funds to pay taxes on investment income.
For tax purposes, investment income appears only at the time of sale investment certificates of investment funds or shares KIFov. It is calculated as the positive difference between the amount of the sale of investment certificates or shares and the amount of costs actually incurred on their acquisition. Expenses should be documented (eg contracts for the sale of the relevant securities).
At present, the following rates of income tax from the investment of the fund:
Individuals - the rate of 21.5% (investment income tax rate - 20%, a military collection - 1,5%).
Legal entities - 18%
Note: Cost Invest. certificates and shares of the Fund may increase or decrease. Dynamics of changes in the cost of invest. certificates and shares of the Fund in the past does not determine the dynamics of changes in the value of investment certificates and equity funds in the future. The Company does not guarantee the profitability of investments in mutual funds and corporate investment. The state does not guarantee the profitability of investments in mutual funds and corporate investment. Before you buy Invest. certificates or shares, you should carefully read the Rules of the Fund.
1 312 238 uah.
10 223 436 uah.
1 493 998 uah.
16 944 000 uah.
29 973 671 uah.
PIC and NAV on 21 September 2020 **
*PIC - Price Invest certificates, stocks, pension unit.
*NAV - Net Asset Value
**PIC and the NAV calculated at the end of the previous working day