Tax Board to Publish 'Naughty List' ({{commentsTotal}})

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The Tax and Customs Board will begin to publish names of businesses with tax debt on its website from June.

Deputy head of the board, Egon Veermäe, told ERR radio on Monday that the move will make the tax environment more transparent.

The list will be updated at the beginning of each month, and currently has 13,000 companies, slightly under 10 percent of all registered businesses in Estonia.



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