There’s been a lot of buzz about the so-called Estonian tax. The authorities even announced that it could be introduced for SMEs in Poland. This tax is not a novel idea, it's merely a slightly different version of a fiscal...
Unorthodox economic policy is a term used not only by columnists to describe Hungarian government. Also the PM Victor Orbán uses it to describe his approach to the economy with out of the box solutions.
Two main objectives of the reform of Croatian tax system are increase of the sustainability of the public debt and promotion of the economic growth and employment.
According to the Hungary’s government, in the forthcoming two years minimum wage hike and lowering the direct tax burden of companies can give a new impetus to the slowing economic growth.
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said in October there was no alternative to tax reform, but warned it was in the balance, Novi List wrote.
CSE inhabitants are earning approx. 2.5 times less than the core of the EU, but if extreme cases are omitted, it turns out that most CSE countries do not compete for investors by lowering wages.
Every new Polish government promises to reduce the size of the grey economy by closing loopholes in the tax system. Some less informed ministers even claim that the informal economy could be completely eliminated.
On November 18th the new PM of Poland Beata Szydło presented her expose before the lower house of the Polish parliament. The ideas from expose confirm promises Law and Justice made during the election campaign.