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Wanted to be Iceland’s tax king

Haraldur Porleifsson, an administrator at Twitter, hoped that he had been the Icelander who paid the highest taxes in Iceland last year. He didn’t make it but paid the second highest taxes in Iceland in 2021.

“I was number two, but I take it with pride and thanks for being able to give back to the community that provided education and health care to a disabled child from the working class,” writes Haraldur in a post on Twitter.

According to the Tekjubladi Frjasrar tradola, Haraldur had an average income of 102 million kroner per month last year, based on paid local taxes. That income comes from the sale of Ueno’s design company to Twitter. He decided, contrary to advice, to pay tax on the sale in Iceland.

According to the Tekjubladi Frjásrar tradola, Haraldur had an average income of 102 million kroner per month last year, based on paid local taxes. That income comes from the sale of Ueno’s design company to Twitter. He decided, contrary to advice, to pay tax on the sale in Iceland.

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