Tax freedom day in the Czech Republic will fall on June 23, that’s the latest it has ever been according to the calculations of consulting company Deloitte.
The calculation means that citizens will in effect work 174 to cover tax payments before they can start to earn for themselves. Last year, tax freedom day fell one day earlier on June 22. Tax freedom day with this year fall earlier in Poland and Slovakia but later in Hungary.
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