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Vadym Makeiev

Vadym Makeiev

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Unpredictable exchange rate. What to happen to currency in Ukraine in February

The dollar in January in Ukraine added 1.5 UAH. Experts say that there is more to come, since there are few prerequisites for the strengthening of the hryvnia in February 2022. At the same time, one should not give in to panic and buy the currency at the extreme increase.

New property taxes in 2022: How much, what for, and who pays

Despite the stabilization of the housing prices, changes in the tax legislation expect Ukrainians in 2022. The Page has interviewed experts in the real estate market and has prepared an overview of the tax innovations related to residential real estate.

Hryvnia exchange rate forecast in January: One can make money on devaluation

The dollar and euro exchange rates in Ukraine in December were relatively stable. Despite the geopolitical risks, the energy crisis, and the government's fulfillment of obligations to contractors and counterparties, the dollar exchange rate on December 29 was the same as at the beginning of the month—27.2 UAH.

Personal investments: Deposits for which rate growth is resumed

The deposits remain the most popular investment instrument among Ukrainians. As of November 1, 2021, the total amount of the individuals' deposits in Ukrainian banks approached 630 billion UAH. Of this amount, 385.8 billion UAH are the deposits in national currency and 243.5 billion UAH—in foreign currency. Over the year, the total amount of deposits increased by 54 billion UAH. This follows from the Deposit Guarantee Fund data.

Currency forecast for December: Waiting for devaluation and stocking up on euro

Money loves silence. If it is violated, then nervousness arises that accelerates the withdrawal of capital from Ukraine, and that immediately affects the foreign exchange market. It is this nervousness that has been created by rumors of Russian aggression and the latest statements by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy about the preparation of a "coup d'etat."

Fiscalization of sole proprietors: Expectations of 2022

From January 1, 2022, in Ukraine, all natural persons-entrepreneurs (sole proprietors) of categories 2-4 are required to use cash registers (payment transactions recorders, PTR) in their work. The exceptions are the sole proprietors of the first category and those working with businesses (without carrying out settlement transactions).