TALLINN – According to the Estonian Tax and Customs Board, companies and private individuals owed the state 343.1 million euros at the beginning of January, which was by nearly 8 million euros or 2.3 percent less than a month ago, Delfi reports.
The number of persons who had tax debts was 52,589. 36,753 of them were private individuals, and 15,836 corporate persons.
The total debt of the one hundred biggest debtors among corporate persons was 87.3 million euros, which formed a fourth of the total debt. As compared to the start of December their debt fell by 2.2 million euros or 2.4 percent.