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July 27, 2014

Individuals owning more houses not to pay extra taxes
Jul 27, 2014

Individuals owning more houses not to pay extra taxes.
The people who own more than the house they live in will not pay extra taxes according to the system in effect over the past few years, as this item will be wiped the next year, through the new Fiscal Code. The current legislation forces the individuals who have more houses a 65 per cent (...)
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