The paper reviews Slovakia's comprehensive reforms to its taxation
and welfare systems in 2004, including the introduction of a
flat-rate income tax and single-rate value-added tax (VAT), and
linkage of social benefits to participation in labor market
programs. Though revenues following the reform are lower as a ratio
to GDP, the paper argues that the reforms have helped encourage
investment and improved efficiency by broadening the tax base,
reducing the administrative burden, and improving work incentives.
The paper also looks at some implications of the reforms for income
distribution and social protection.
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