Number of private individuals with long-term tax debts jumps this year
There are far more private individuals with long-term debts to the tax authority (NAV) this year than at the end of 2010, while the number of companies with long-term public debts hardly increased, figures published on the website of NAV show.
There were 2,015 businesses with debts of more than HUF 100 million each at the end of June, up 0.8% from the end of 2010, and 3,473 private individuals and self-employed individuals with debts of more than HUF 10 million overdue for more than 180 days, up 23%.
The tax authority publishes every quarter the lists of debtors owing more than HUF 100 million in the case of companies and HUF 10 million in the case of private debtors, overdue for more than 180 days.
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