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Former Kaupthing President Pays Highest Taxes

Former president of Kaupthing Bank, Hreidar Már Sigurdsson, pays the highest taxes in Reykjavik this year, according to mbl.is. His total taxes amount to 157,3 million ISK. Thereof, 101,2 million ISK in income tax and 56 million ISK in local tax.

Kaupthing Bank. Copyright. Icelandic Photo Agency.

Ranking second is former Landsbanki Bank president Sigurjón Th. Árnason. His taxes amount to a total of 99,3 million ISK. He pays 63,4 million ISK in income tax and 35,8 million ISK in local tax.

Siblings Ingunn Gyda and Karl Emil Wernersson place fifth and sixth on the list. Their public dues amount to just under 30 million ISK each.

The total tax collected in Reykjavik this year is just over 94 billion ISK.

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