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Building a tax culture: A case of taxpayer education in Greece

A new EU-wide digital instruction resource (short e-Learnings on taxes) – now available in Greek – will make it fun and easy to inculcate a taxpaying culture among Greece’s future taxpayers.

Schools can play a big role to help improve tax compliance and boost tax morale. But raising the next generation of taxpayers requires more than lessons in reading, writing and arithmetic. Thanks to TAXEDU, teachers now have an arsenal of strategies at the ready.

Lost in translation? Not on this site!

Here’s some big news about TAXEDU’s micro-learnings: They’re becoming multilingual.
TAXEDU’s micro-learnings, which primary school teachers across Europe are using to design their lesson plans for taxpayer education, are becoming multilingual. These animated shorts are now available in Greek, Hungarian, Romanian and Polish. And Dutch is on the way!

Plans for more TAXEDU!

TAXEDU is a European Union pilot project with a mission to educate young European citizens about tax and how it affects their lives.

New portal launched to teach youngsters about tax issues

The European Commission has launched a new education portal for young people to teach them in a fun and interactive way about tax issues.

Exploring the tax world with TAXEDU

Who said that tax is not a topic for children? The switching live of the TAXEDU web-portal means that all European children, teenagers and young adults now have the option to explore, in their own language, the world of tax. Through TAXEDU, which includes games, e-learning material – and more importantly fun – they can learn about the numerous benefits that tax has for society.