Liechtenstein - Income inequality and taxation discussed - February 29, 2016

The government had to respond to an interpellation of several members of parliament on the lack of transparency in the tax files in relation to income inequality. According to the government’s formal answers, the tax registration and statistics are rather complete and in line with the applicable tax laws. The government adds that these data particularly can be used as building blocks for financial decisions. However, the data are neither suitable for social policy nor can be seen as a welfare indicator.

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