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Brazilians and Bolivians need the most time in the world to prepare and pay taxes

According to the latest World Bank data, Brazil holds the record for the highest amount of time its citizens spend working to meet their tax obligations.

On average, Brazilians need to work 1,500 hours per year to cover their tax bills.

Brazil leads the World Bank's rankings for the countries where citizens work the most hours to fulfill their tax responsibilities, far surpassing other nations.

Bolivia ranked second, requires its citizens to work about 1 . . .

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