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Published: 27 november 2012 09:31

Study puts Lithuania's real profit tax at 5.9 percent

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15min nuotr. / Pinigai.

The real profit tax rate in Lithuania amounts to 5.9 percent, lower than in Estonia, but slightly higher than in Latvia, the business daily Verslo Žinios reports.

The Paying Taxes 2013 report by PwC and the World Bank, which analyzes the global tax environment in 2012, shows that the real (effective) profit tax rate in Lithuania is well below the 15 percent nominal rate set by the law because taxable profits, unlike distributable profits, are reduced by losses from previous years, Kristina Kriščiūnaitė, PricewaterhuoseCoopers' (PwC) managing partner in Lithuania, told the paper.

The Paying Taxes 2013 study looks at tax regimes in 185 economies. The results show that Estonia's real profit tax rate is 8 percent, compared with the nominal rate of 21 percent.

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