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Revenues from taxes on rented apartments continue to grow
May 23, 2014   
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As many as 385,000 people paid lump-sum tax on rented apartments in 2013, up by 50,000 or 15% year on year, according to data from the Finance Ministry.

The number of taxpayers increased for another year in a row - partly as a result of a growing market but to a greater extent of leaving the shadow economy, experts said.

An increasing number of apartment owners prefer to inform the revenue office about that source of income than to risk being caught, Jaroslaw Skoczen of Emmerson Realty said.

What is also encouraging is the fact that the tax is low and simple, Bohdan Wyznikiewicz of the IBnGR think-tank added.
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