Greece to offer 50% income tax cut to lure remote workers during pandemic
28 November 2020 | 7:00 am
Taking advantage of the sudden shift to working from home, Greece wants to offer a big tax break to get remote workers to move there. It is the latest play from an EU underdog trying to make the most of the pandemic.
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