Freitag, 14.09.18

Ten Years Flat Tax in Bulgaria, International Conference

The implementation of a flat tax without a taxable minimum in Bulgaria benefited the high-income groups by providing them with an additional resource of personal income, practically canceling the obligation, traditional for the European Union, of the wealthy strata to take a higher share of the state budget to support the public service sector the state's social costs. Flat tax has deepened inequalities and instead of an expected stimulus it has become a brake on market competition and growth. The introduction of a flat taxation conflicts the practices and recommendations of international financial institutions and the European Commission for anti-crisis strategies.

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  • Dr. Helene Kortländer, Director of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Office Bulgaria
  • Dr. Plamen Dimitrov, President of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria, KNSB
  • Foto: FES Bulgaria
  • Foto: FES Bulgaria
  • Dr. Lyben Tomev, Director of the Institute for Social and Trade Union Research of CITUB
  • Vladislav Goranov, Minister of Finance of the Republic of Bulgaria
  • Vanya Grigorova, economist and President of Solidary Bulgaria Association
  • Dr. Ivan Kokalov, Vice-President of CITUB, President of the Federation of Trade Unions in Health Care, FTUHC /right Prof. Dr. Ivan Angelov, economist, corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences/

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The event is organized in cooperation with the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria

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