Mid-year tax revenues Sk18.5 billion less

Tax and customs authorities had collected Sk91.5 billion by the end of June, which is only 41.59 percent of the plan. Mid-year tax revenues accounted for Sk89.2 billion, which is Sk18.5 billion below expected figures.

Tax and customs offices should collect a total of Sk220.129 billion this year while tax revenues are planned at Sk215.6 billion and non-tax revenues at Sk4.5 billion.

In 2002 revenues of tax and customs offices totalled Sk193.8 billion, of which tax revenues constituted Sk189 billion and non-tax revenues Sk4.912 billion.

Compiled by Beáta Balogová from press reports
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