Sweden - Reform: tax cuts for high earners, pensioners and rural residents - September 30, 2019

The most significant reform is the much-debated decision to abolish Sweden’s austerity tax which is paid by high earners to the central government. It is expected to cost the government around six billion kronor a year.

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