Finnish government to scrap corporate income tax

Finnish government to scrap corporate income tax


Finnish government has announced it could change the country's tax code and abolish the corporate tax, following the positive examples from the neighbouring Estonia. Estonia excluded corporate income tax on retained earnings a while ago, with positive effects on the economic growth.

Finnish Economic Affairs Minister, Jyri Häkämies, said that he would introduce the proposal to replicate the Estonian model to the cabinet for discussion. Member of the senior coalition partner i...


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