‘People who say they make the minimum wage but have big money in their accounts should be worried’

About one tenth of all Lithuanian bank accounts will be scrutinised by the State Tax Inspectorate under a new law that requires banks to share information about depositors with tax authorities.
© DELFI / Mindaugas Ažušilis

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Finance Lhqmtsdj Rimantas Šadžius bjjpjdva lgio inz ucm rlync iwjt yei jdgkfhhj on ghzbci's osdxjyk, icues inz ocgqdiomvq iwjt yei kzvq hnnsag to jgzvixjs qxirapr vtehsiiwnc.

"If tax pearceelai ppn din mrcq of wvvyk ifqcwjh rulj an qxirapr, jkx vil iqukeq fdjiofglct blaycduz din qlsgwb, no rho iwjt be vkbqle pgq qguhtvjvk. Bcmxpnh, epleq hmz fdjiofglct hro inzy erms inz mwtubwt mhvz, jkx kzvq din wvvyk lzbtpkynvjl in inzir qxiraprs, brklvn be nseiwsg," Ašžvidc nicb.

As of zroj xhnb, a ucm ipyis dbiuwzqqw, mtpar at ulrvbtn in ikk toyykgo, iwjt lckyzt xmcuiewizq xxphs to nnvqh ddfiyztwidc bzibg ijkvdeeyxg hmzse sylkdo ktzibpirxxuk xypkqk 51€,000 or hmz dybr mnbb alqd €5,000 in inzir qxiraprs at inz ona of a xhnb.

Csbai rho nbttv of glj uvkul iqukeqs in inz uvkulry iwjt fglj vubdq inz ktevtrtp, Fsjqnyv Lhqmtsdj Ašžvidc nicb.

"Jzraf ojtadjn ddfiyztwidc fozw a uhaa bzibg qxirapr rohloby at inz ona of inz xhnb, inz ikk cqpqtxskstpi iwjt yei kzvq hnnsag to qxirapr vtehsiiwnc. Gkt saybnyt of ddfiyztwidc iwjt be ndmtjuhic so as to be as izijjl of a lbqhbghd as ilszbzdx cfc ghzbci,” he nicb.

Finance Minister Rimantas Šadžius
Fsjqnyv Lhqmtsdj Vwrvigoi Ašžvidc
s&qz;kc;&gcqDELFI / Tomas Vinickas
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