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Exclusive Interview: Hungary Scrapping Income Tax for Under-25s to Support Youth, Families

The Hungarian government is scrapping income tax for under-25s to help young people “to have a future in Hungary, to start a family, raise children, prosper, and live” the country’s families minister told Breitbart in an exclusive interview.

This is part one of two part-part interview with Katalin Novák, Hungary’s Minister for Family Affairs.

Katalin Novák, who has been helping to drive Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s pro-family agenda for seven years now, told Breitbart London that, according to preliminary calculations, the policy could help some 460,000 people in the country of roughly ten million, and estimated that “the income of youngsters will increase by 22 per cent” as a result.

“With this initiative, in addition to supporting families raising children, we will also help young people start their own life and establish their financial security,” the minister said — an aspiration many young Americans and Britons may wish their governments shared, given the collapse in youth home ownership in both countries, for example.

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