First, the typical questions of whether there will be a large increase in tax rates, NO. I know that the rumors went up that the IGI would go from 4.5% to 15% and that the social contributions would go from 6.5% to more than 10%, but they are rumors. Certain gradual increases of the quotations are expected with the years that can reach up to 8% by 2020, but the thing about IGI is an invention interested. Even so, the quotations is a controversial issue that we will see where it goes, but in principle should not increase a lot as investors pay a quantity attached to the average salary (so it will not shoot) and workers should not to suffer too many variations from their quotations in the medium term.
Thinking of all these things, one has to think that the Andorra government closed this year in surplus, reason why with a debt of 20% of the GDP in principle the problems of fiscal consolidation at governmental level are nonexistent. Taxes are kept low and they are going to be like this a long time.