Ministry Says Income Not Most Heavily Taxed in Slovenia

Ljubljana, 26 August - The Finance Ministry responded on Wednesday to a report by auditing house KPMG, which said that Slovenia topped the world's list of personal income tax rate and social security contributions for employees. The ministry noted that tax burden in Slovenia was above OECD average, but that income was "certainly not most heavily taxed".

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