Greeks seen working longer, until July 18, to meet annual tax bill

Society Tags: Revenues, Taxes

The think-tank based its calculations on the government’s tax revenue projections for 2018. KEFiM has been carrying out the survey for the last four years.

The latest data as of 2017 from the Institut Economique Molinari, which has been surveying tax liberation dates across the EU since 2010 put Greece’s date last year at July 10.

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