Matolcsy behind simplified taxation – supernet is coming!
Thursday, 03 November 2011 16:10
Sources in the Ministry of National Economy say that the simplified enterprise tax (EVA) will have to go because the minister did not manage to grasp how certain taxes worked, in spite of holding repeated meetings on the topic.
“I want a tax system that I can understand. What was it you said EVA stood for?” – asked the minister for economy. Given the above, the simplified social contribution (ekho), the personal income tax (szja) and the supergross calculation may also be abolished. Instead, according to a plan elaborated jointly with Antal Rogán, people would receive a so-called supernet, a welfare package consisting of the minimum wage, plus 450 Forints. This would open up the way for the rise of our homeland, and that of “Ze People”.
From this year onwards, a new transport tax on enterprises will also be introduced, enabling companies to lay off as many employees as they can muster, and allow that more and more skilled workers can take part in the public work programmes. In order to make the tax system exciting, rules will continue to change on a weekly basis. Antal Rogán will also be enabled to propose amendments even to the taxation of individual enterprises, or, if necessary, also to nationalise them.
In order to study the functioning of the incorporative economy and state enterprises the experts of the Ministry and the supermarket chain CBA will travel to North-Korea next week. Informally, Mr. Matolcsy asked the managers of CBA to explain what exactly the acronym stood for.