Greece had the 4th highest taxation of workers with children among the 36 OECD countries in 2020, improving its ranking by two places compared to last year, according to the comparative tax burden report published by the Tax Foundation and presented in Greece by KEFiM.
Key findings for Greece:
Key findings for OECD countries:
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