Czechs could celebrate tax freedom day on June 2 according to the calculations of the Liberal Institute, that’s after a total of 153 working days. Last year Czechs had to work 155 days before they started earning for themselves. The institute said that the Czech Republic is still trailing many advanced OECD countries where day freedom day comes earlier. According to consultancy, Deloitte, tax freedom day this year comes later, on June 20.
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