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Greeks Shell Out More Than €3B a Year on Tutoring

Greek families are paying a whopping €3 billion ($3.5 billion) a year on private education, according to a report published this week. The GSEE labor...

Wine Prices Go Up in Greece After New Excise Duty

Greek citizens will be asked to pay more to enjoy wine after the new excise duty added on wine. The measure is taken to...

Greek Govt Rushes to Find New Taxes to Fulfill Bailout Requirements

The SYRIZA-ANEL coalition government is rushing to find new taxes to present at Monday's Eurogroup in order to receive the 2-billion-euro subtranche of the...

Greek Government in Total Confusion Over VAT on Private Education

The Greek government continues to kick the can down the road on the value added tax on private education by repeatedly postponing the date...

Greek Government Announces Taxation for Private Education

The Greek government announced a new proposed legislation that would impose VAT taxation on private education institutions. The Governmental Council on Economic Policy and the Governmental Council...

Tsipras Promises to Scrap Private Education VAT, Controversy Over Ownership of Measure

Alexis Tsipras announced that he will scrap the 23 percent value added tax on private education if re-elected and called on the interim government...

Greek Finance Ministry Finally Imposes 23% VAT on Private Schools

Despite announcements about freezing value added tax on private education, Greece's finance ministry decided to impose the 23 percent VAT late on Monday. The 23...

First Private School to Close in Greece After Imposition of 23% Value Added Tax

The first private school that fell victim to the 23 percent value added tax (VAT) implementation on private education is the Michalopouleion private school...

Greek Finance Ministry Freezes VAT on Private Schools

Greece's interim Finance Ministry has decided on Monday to freeze the 23% value added tax on private education, which was legislated on August 14, until next year. According to Greek newspaper...

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