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TAXEDU helps the first graders get acquainted with the expression "taxes"

18 first graders from the Primary school in Nové Zámky have become familiar with the notion of the "taxes" with the help of the Too Cute video from the TAXEDU web side. Kids reacted spontaneuously to the questions about what is the meaning of the taxes.

Lecture for Teachers on the Possibilities of Using the TaxEdu Platform in Teaching

For a decade, the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia has been striving to raise awareness among young people in Slovenia about the importance of taxes for the social welfare of all citizens by implementing the project "Tax Literacy for Youth" in primary and secondary schools as well as universities.

Sicily, lesson on tax legality at the University

In Italy, the Sicily Regional Directorate of the Italian Revenue Agency met the students at the Palermo University. The topic of the lesson was “Tax legality and social fairness”. Tax officials illustrated the Agency’s mission: promote the tax compliance, that is, the highest level of voluntary fulfilment of tax obligations.

Lessons in fiscal legality in a Congolese school

This year, officials from the Agenzia delle Entrate (Tax Office) and the Agenzia delle Entrate-Riscossione (Italian debt collection agency) in Sicily shared the Italian project "Tax and School" with an international school in Congo to reach citizens of the future and offer them opportunities for growth and civic engagement.

Ireland hosts the Fiscalis Project Group on Tax Education (FPG 031)

On Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 November, Revenue (Irish Tax and Customs) hosted the first in-person meeting of the Fiscalis Project Group (FPG) on Tax Education in the historic grounds of Dublin Castle, headquarters of Revenue.

Fisco e scuola (taxes and school), a competition between three teams

Fisco e scuola (taxes and school), a competition between three teams: their names – Iva, Irpef and Registro (VAT, Individual income tax, and Registration tax, respectively). All competing classes completed the course

Online shopping: What you need to know

As we enter the festive season, many of us will be looking online to buy gifts for family and friends. However, don’t let unexpected extra costs on your online purchases dampen your holiday spirit. In this article, we introduce some of the additional costs and consumer rights that may affect you, depending on where your online purchases are dispatched from.

Launch of Revenue’s ‘Introduction to Tax’ module

On 19 October 2023, the Office of the Revenue Commissioners (Irish tax and customs) launched an ‘Introduction to Tax’ education module for students in Transition Year. Transition Year is the first year of the senior cycle (final three years) in Ireland’s education system with students typically aged between 15 – 16 years old

5th Edition of the Urban Financial Education Camp Project in Romania

Between June and September 2023, the Ministry of Finance (MF), the National Bank of Romania (BNR), the Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF) and the Romanian Association of Banks (ARB) organised the 5th edition of the Urban Financial Education Camp, a project dedicated to 6th and 7th grade students. Former editions were organised in June 2019, July-August 2021, as well as June-September 2022.

Unveiling taxes: the backbone of public services

Everybody pays taxes. For instance, when you buy something in a shop, when you earn a salary in your job, or when you own a house, you will pay tax. Taxes are not a new idea. Taxes have been paid throughout history, some of which we still pay today. For example, in the Ancient Roman Empire, people paid Property Tax, Customs Duties, General Tax on Sales of Goods and Inheritance Tax.