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Orbán: Below-25s Won’t Pay Personal Income Tax from January 2022

MTI-Hungary Today 2021.01.15.

Hungarians below the age of 25 will not have to pay personal income tax from January 1, 2022, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a radio interview on Friday morning.

Orbán told public broadcaster Kossuth Radio that the measure would cost the budget 130-150 billion forints (EUR 363-420m).

Orbán: Reintroducing 13th Month Pensions Irrespective of Coronavirus Pandemic
Orbán: Reintroducing 13th Month Pensions Irrespective of Coronavirus Pandemic

“We will start reintroducing 13th month pensions early next year,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a video on Facebook on Thursday on the occasion of the International Day of Older Persons. Orbán spoke after a meeting of the council for elderly affairs, which had been dedicated to the planned reintroduction in light of the […]Continue reading

He said that following the phased reintroduction of the 13-month pension, it was important that young people should be given a serious opportunity, adding that the full tax break would apply to up to the threshold of an average salary.

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