Polish lawmakers have approved a measure that would exonerate most workers under the age of 26 from income taxes as the country seeks to stem the flow of its young people to other EU nations in search of better paying jobs.
The lower house of parliament approved the measure introduced by the ruling conservatives in a vote late Thursday by an overwhelming majority.
The bill would exonerate workers under the age of 26 from Poland’s 18 percent personal income tax for those whose gross earnings don’t surpass 85,500 zlotys (20,000 euros, $22,500) per year.
That level is higher than Poland’s average income, estimated to be around 60,000 zlotys per year before tax. Read more