Amendments to the Tax Code fail to provide income tax exemption for physicians, as Gov’t had promised


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The amendments made by the Government to the Tax Code on Wednesday do not provide for the exemption of doctors from the income tax, as stipulated in the PSD governing programme. A similar fate has the tax exemption on revenues from dividends. This feature is no longer featured in the new form of the Tax Code, informs.

The physicians’ exemption from income tax was proposed on August 8 in the draft amendment to the Tax Code and was to be enforced on September 1.

The proposals did not refer to the average medical staff.

According to the substantiation note, the exemption was justified by the fact that it was included the governing programme for 2017-2020.

Also, the proposed but forgotten measures include the elimination of the tax on the cultivated agricultural land and the additional taxation of the people who leave the land uncultivated for two consecutive years. These provisions, like the ones above, have not been included in the amendments to the Tax Code.

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