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Saturday, 31.01.2015, 05:58
According to the Estonian Ministry of Finance data, the Estonian state collected 7.82 billion euros in revenues and channelled 7.77 billion euros for expenditures in 2014, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
Keyword tags: Budget, Estonia, Financial Services, Taxation
In an interview on Latvian Television this morning, State Revenue Service General Director Inara Petersone said that during her discussions with the management of the Gan Bei restaurant chain this week, she believes that the company has realized its mistakes and would like to continue work, informs LETA.
The Government of Lithuania for the meantime does not see any need to introduce the so called ecology tax on old vehicles, says Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius, reports LETA/ELTA.
Following lengthy debates, the Saeima Budget and Finance (Taxation) Committee in Latvia approved in principle a draft bill which sets the microenterprise tax rate at 9% in the first three years since the company's registration, reports LETA.
Janek Kalvi – Chairman of the Board of Estonia´s largest alcohol production company AS Liviko – claims that government´s unpredictable changes of alocohol excise tax have put alcohol industry in a tough spot.
The total amount of unpaid budget debts administered by the State Revenue Service (SRS) reached EUR 1.402 billion as of January 1, 2015 in Latvia, as SRS data indicates.
Tax collection in Latvia was almost 100% on target in 2014, the State Revenue Service was just EUR 12 million short of collecting the full planned amount, as the Revenue Service's Director General Inara Petersone said in an interview with the Latvian State Radio this morning, cites LETA.