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Property declarations due by end of January

All Slovaks must submit property declarations by the end of this month if the property's value exceeds Sk1.5 million. Poorer citizens must still make their way to the tax office with a written declaration that they do not own valuable property. Finance Minister's spokesman Peter Papánek said this was "an effort to prevent from frauds in property declarations".

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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