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Croatia's Finances Improving Following Tax Reform

by Lorys Charalambous, Tax-News.com, Cyprus

28 December 2016


Croatia's deficit is to fall to two percent as a result of recent fiscal reforms and stronger-than-expected revenues, the International Monetary Fund said in its Article IV report for the country.

Under recent tax reforms, the country has lowered the tax burden on labor and business activity, made the VAT regime less regressive, and eliminated a number of tax exemptions.

Concluding, the report called for the Government to follow through with its commitment to modernize the real estate tax regime.

TAGS: tax | business | value added tax (VAT) | VAT cross-border transactions | corporation tax | social security | tax reform | individual income tax | Croatia | services | VAT goods & services classification

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