The chairman of the Estonian Trade Union Confederation (EAKL), Peep Peterson, forwarded to the leaders of the three parties currently holding coalition-building talks unions’ proposals regarding the future coalition agreement, which among other things call for setting the level of income exemption from tax at around 66 per cent of minimum wage.
The proposal is to raise the rate of income exemption from tax regularly and keep it at around 66 per cent of minimum pay, EAKL said in the letter to Juri Ratas, Jevgeni Ossinovski, and Margus Tsahkna, chairmen respectively o...
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