Estonia eases tax rules to help create more part-time jobs
Eestlased Eestis 21 Jun 2010  EWR
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In a bid to help bring more people to the labor market, the Estonian parliament passed amendments to the Social Tax Act scrapping the principle whereby social tax has to be paid at least on the national minimum wage for each person employed.

The government-drafted bill adopted in the 101-seat chamber with 83 votes says that social tax has be paid on the amount actually paid to the employee.

(Ref BNS)
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