For the 7th consecutive year, KEFiM conducted the “Tax Freedom Day” study in Greece, depicting in a comprehensible way the tax burden of Greek taxpayers.
According to the latest study in 2021 Greeks worked 179 out of 365 days of the year to pay taxes and social contributions. If the deficit for 2021 is taken into account, then the Tax Freedom Day is estimated to be the 10th of August, with 221 working days.
Tax Freedom Day is the first day of the year when Greeks have the opportunity to choose themselves which way they are going to spend their income.
The study was conducted by Constantinos Saravakos, KEFiM’s researcher.
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