The government's recent extraordinary 'solidarity' contributions appear to have boosted the state budget revenues, according to early figures at the Finance Ministry's disposal.
More specifically, in September the inflow of revenues reached 650 million euros deriving from the extraordinary contributions imposed on incomes, presumed proof of living and professionals.
The revenues mainly pertain to the first installment of the extraordinary contribution, however many taxpayers have opted to pay the entire amount in order to take advantage of a five percent discount.
Tax Bureau offices' revenues rose by 22 percent reaching 3.34 billion euros, while in September the net revenues were 4.2 billion euros, marking a 3.2 percent increase in comparison with September 2010.