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More tax returns than last year

SLOVAK tax offices have already scanned all the tax returns submitted by Slovak tax payers for the 2012 income tax period, the Financial Administration reported on April 30.

SLOVAK tax offices have already scanned all the tax returns submitted by Slovak tax payers for the 2012 income tax period, the Financial Administration reported on April 30.

Altogether, tax officers processed 1,165,992 returns, which is 648 more than in the previous year, the TASR newswire reported.

The number of tax returns filed electronically has also risen in comparison with 2011, by 40 percent, which is equivalent to 43,948 taxpayers.

The total amount that taxpayers assigned to the non-governmental sector as 2 percent of their income taxes has decreased in comparison with the previous year by more than €1.3 million to €28.985 million.

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