Hungary mums-of-four to pay no income tax

Hungarian Prime Minister says with four children or more will be exempted for life from paying income tax.

This is designed to boost the number of babies being born.

The Prime Minister Viktor Orban while delivering his state of the nation address explained that the policy was a way of depending Hungary’s future without depending on immigration.

Hungary’s population is falling by 32,000 a year and women there love fewer children than European Union average.

As part of the measures young couples will be offered interest free loans of 36,000 dollars to be cancelled once they have three children.

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