Three important income reforms have been carried out in Poland since 2007, involving a reduction in social insurance premiums, the introduction of a tax break for families with children, and the replacement of three personal income rates (19%, 30% and 40%) with two rates (18% and 32%). The author uses a tax-benefit microsimulation model (SIMPL) and household budget data from 2006 to examine the results...
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