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Tax Freedom Day falls on May 22 this year

This year's tax freedom day in Slovakia falls on May 22, the Slovak Taxpayers Association and F.A. Hayek Foundation stated. The foundation calculates this date based on estimated consolidated general government spending in relation to gross domestic product (GDP).

This year's tax freedom day in Slovakia falls on May 22, the Slovak Taxpayers Association and F.A. Hayek Foundation stated. The foundation calculates this date based on estimated consolidated general government spending in relation to gross domestic product (GDP).

By this day, the average citizen will have delivered their whole salary in taxes and other compulsory payments to the state. SITA

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