Latvia's ruling coalition today agreed to introduce a differentiated personal income tax at 20 per cent, 23 per cent and 31 per cent, Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) told the press after the meeting of the ruling parties today.
He said the ruling coalition had agreed on a tax reform model to be presented at the meeting of the National Trilateral Cooperation Council comprising representatives of the government, trade unions and employers on Thursday, June 29.
"The ruling coalition agreed to propose differentiated personal income ...
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