The social support measure is being implemented thanks to the national project “Demography”
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Residents of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug who want to become entrepreneurs can receive government support as part of a social contract. An entrepreneur can receive up to 350 thousand rubles to open and develop his business, as well as receive free training for individual entrepreneurs and the self-employed.
How reported on the website of the administration of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, 30 residents of the district have already received a cash payment as part of a social contract to create their own business in the field of agriculture, tourism, car repair, in the beauty industry, as well as for the production of folk arts and crafts from wood and horn.
— Low-income families of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug and low-income single citizens of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug who, for reasons beyond their control, have an average per capita income below the subsistence level established in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug — 26,817 rubles — can enter into a social contract to create their own business. “Individual entrepreneurial activity is understood as commercial activity, including activities within the framework of peasant farming,” notes Pyotr Ludnikov, deputy head of the Department of Health, Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug.
When concluding a social contract, the specialists of the “My Business” center provide various consultations, including assistance in registering as an individual entrepreneur or a taxpayer of professional income tax (self-employed).
In addition to starting your own business, a social contract can be used to help you find a job, develop a personal subsidiary plot, and overcome a difficult life situation.
Documents can be submitted to the Department of Social Protection of the Population, to the MFC or on the State Services portal.
To receive detailed advice, you must contact the Department of Social Protection of the Population at the address: Lenin Street, 27B or by phone 8 (81853)4-32-61, 8 (81853)4-33-39.