Tax reform aims low
TALLINN - Finance Minister Jurgen Ligi said in an interview to Eesti Paevaleht that, instead of increasing the tax burden on qualified labor and capital, which some European politicians aspire to do, the tax free minimum should be increased in Estonia, from which poor people would benefit at once, reports LETA.
Ligi said, commenting upon the tax debates in Europe going on now, that the income tax-free minimum level has to start increasing and that this “will start increasing again for ...
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