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14 Янв 2021, 07:46
Минстрой предложил ужесточить контроль за арендой жилья

Минстрой до конца 2021 года внесет в Госдуму законопроект, который должен вывести из «серой» зоны рынок аренды жилья. Об этом сообщают «Известия» со ссылкой на план законопроектной деятельности правительства.

По словам заместителя министра строительства и жилищно-коммунального хозяйства Никиты Стасишина, ведомство предлагает ввести информационную систему учета договора найма жилья. Ее планируется объединить с системами ФНС, чтобы упростить процедуру начисления и сбора налогов.

Сейчас законопроект только разрабатывается и обсуждается. В «Дом.РФ» заявили, что он должен обеспечить защиту прав собственников и арендаторов, а также повысить прозрачность рынка аренды квартир.

Как заявил изданию управляющий партнер «ВекторСтройФинанс» Андрей Колочинский, сейчас в России в тени находится около 80-90% рынка арендного жилья. Для властей это не только упущенные налоги, но и потенциально криминогенная сфера.

Эксперты не исключают, что в предлагаемый Минстроем законопроект могут внести административное наказание за уклонение от подачи сведений об аренде жилья и уклонение от налогов.

Директор федеральной компании «Этажи» Ильдар Хусаинов предполагает, что принятие законопроекта и внедрение системы учета участников рынка приведет к росту стоимости аренды. Причем увеличение цены за наем квартиры может быть выше 13% (именно таким налогом облагается законопослушный арендодатель).

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15 Янв 2021, 21:14

Ashley Tisdale showed off her bulging baby bump on Instagram as she posed at home in Los Angeles.

The 35-year-old was modeling a Calvin Klein sports bra and a pair of pale green sweats while snapping a mirror selfie for social media.

The High School Musical blonde's new pregnancy selfie comes after she revealed she and Christopher have already decided what to name their little girl.

Ashley was posing in her Los Feliz home, which she bought in 2019 for $4.1 million and has now put on the market, the New York Post reported this week.

She and her husband Christopher French are currently asking $5,795,000 on the Mediterranean house, which was built in 1923 and has five bedrooms.

She recently said she has already decided what to name her little girl.

She and her husband discussed the subject before she even became pregnant, Ashley revealed this week on Access Hollywood.

'She was named before she even came. We thought of the name last year, actually,' said Ashley without letting slip what the name actually is.

Ashley and Christopher announced the pregnancy with a backyard album this past September and did their gender reveal the following month.

The mother-to-be could be seen slicing into a cake that was pink inside, letting her fans know that she has a daughter on the way.

'I was obviously excited because I definitely wanted a girl, for sure. But I am also someone who goes with the flow on a lot of stuff,' she told People last month.

'I try to not have expectations in moments like that and just allow what is meant to be. I was very excited,' said the actress.

However Ashley, who married Christopher in 2014, joked: 'I think my husband definitely was scared - he looked a little scared in the pictures!'

The Fabulous singer dished: 'I would say that I try to be eating the healthiest when I can, but there's gonna be moments where I obviously crave stuff that's not always the healthiest meal, but I'm allowing myself to be okay.'

She clarified: 'When I say that, it's because I usually am on a strict diet of no carbs and all these veggies and grains. o yeah, if I want a gluten-free bagel, I allow myself to have a gluten-free bagel! I let my body speak to what I need.'

Ashley explained: 'I feel like if I'm craving something, there's a reason I'm craving steak that night. I am in tune with my body.'

The Merry Happy Whatever actress noted: 'I try to keep up with my workouts because that's so helpful, and just try to be well-rounded.'

14 Янв 2021, 21:05

Ассоциация добровольного тестирования на допинг (VADA) уведомила российского боксера Сергея Ковалева о положительном допинг-тесте, передает РИА «Новости».

30 января россиянин должен был встретится с Бектемиром Меликузиевом из Узбекистана. Зарубежные СМИ сообщают, что тест Ковалева дал положительный результат на синтетический тестостерон.

Ранее экс-глава СБР Владимир Драчев предложил внести уголовную ответственность за допинг.

14 Янв 2021, 05:15

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is returning to Channel Nine with a twist.

Instead of featuring everyday people as contestants, the gameshow will welcome an array of celebrities and sports stars to the stage as they compete to win $1million for charity, according to TV Blackbox.

The all-star episode will featureRachel Griffiths and Rhys Muldoon, Red Symons and Wilbur Wilde, Stephen Curry and Bernard Curry, Will Mc Mahon and Woody Whitelaw, Samuel Johnson and Hilde Hinton, and Ella Hooper and Jessie Hooper.

It will be the second time Rachel and Red will appear on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? after competing in a celebrity challenge in 2000.

Australian athletes Andrew Gaze, Gary Ablett Jr, Tayla Harris, Billy Slater, Geva Mentor, Mack Horton and Jess Gallagher will also appear in a special 'sports star' episode.

Elsewhere, emergency service professionals and volunteers will also be featured in a 'frontline workers' episode.

'It is a joy to bring the format back to raise money for charities with some of Australia's best celebrities and sport stars,' Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host Eddie McGuire told TV Blackbox.

'It is also humbling to be able to give Australia's incredible frontline workers a chance to take home big money.'

The original format of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? aired from 1999 until 2010, before being replaced by spin-off 'Millionaire Hot Seat'.

Contestants have won $82,785,000 across both shows the past 22 years.

Channel Nine revealed it revive the show earlier this month by releasing a sneak peek of the new season.

The trailer began with an image of Sydney's Harbour Bridge before hundreds of banknotes flew past.

A voiceover said: 'We're kicking off the year with event television that will sweep the nation. Australia's favourite game show is back.'

Eddie was then filmed sitting on-set, telling the cameras: 'The greatest quiz show on the planet is back with prime time special events.'

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? 'Frontline Workers' special will air Monday, January 25, 7.30pm on Nine and 9Now.

'Celebrity' specials will follow on Monday, February 1, and Tuesday, February 2, 8.30pm on Nine and Nine Now.

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