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Germany: Study: Citizens in NRW pay 50 percent more property taxes than citizens in Bavaria

2019-08-20T06:34:52.285Z

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Stuttgart (AFP) The inhabitants of North Rhine-Westphalia last year paid 50 percent more property taxes than the citizens of Bavaria: North Rhine-Westphalia paid in 2018 on average property tax of 206 euros, a resident of Bavaria was charged an average of 137 euros as a Tuesday published analysis of the audit and consulting firm Ernst & Young (EY) revealed. The least paid therefore the citizens in Brandenburg and in Saxony-Anhalt.

Source: zeit

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