In EU member states, foreigners can be recognized as tax residents and taxed after 183 days of staying abroad. However, due the war in Ukraine, a great volume of citizens were forced to flee abroad. Are refugees exempt from paying taxes when they overstay 183 days, or is their involuntary residency not recognised and they are obliged to pay taxes in both countries? We collected data from 5 European countries to provide more information.
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