Croatia - Net wage increases as from 1 January 2017 - October 31, 2016

The finance minister announced an increase in net salaries from January 2017. The idea of the ministry is to implement a complete, comprehensive reform. Income tax is just one of several segments. For individuals with the highest incomes, who pay the highest marginal tax rate, there will be some changes. The government wants to protect social equality and there will be changes in other segments as well. The finance minister assured that the changes will not jeopardize the budget and public debt policies. The planned net wages increase shall be noticed by the vast majority of citizens.

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