Up-to-date info on financial assistance related to the occurrence of COVID-19

April 2, 2020 / Ukraine

As of August 27, 2021, we are no longer taking applications for the COVID financial assistance policy. For additional resources and other safety information, please visit our COVID resources page.

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A. Fiscal benefits (taxes)

If you are an individual entrepreneur:

  • you should benefit from the social security holiday. The law (#533-IX) was passed to exempt IEs from social security contribution due for March and April 2020.

B. Loans/credits:

If you lease your car or have other contractual payments:

  • you may be able to defer such payments by claiming force-majeure. Check the contract and consult the Chamber of Commerce, which – according to many contracts – is an organization able to certify force-majeure. More here

If you have consumer credit payments:

  • you are likely exempt from late payment penalties in April and May 2020. Additionally, the Law 533-IX bans lenders from increasing an interest rate in most cases.

C. State subsidies of wages

If you are hospitalized or had to self-isolate because of COVID-19:

  • you may be eligible to receive social security payments, at 50% of the average income, under Article 24 of the Social Secuity Act.