TALLINN - Estonia’s Tax and Customs Board is preparing to create a general registry of employees in order to reduce tax evasion, reports Public Broadcasting. Tax and Customs Board deputy director general Egon Veermae said that in the construction sector, the so-called “first day employees,” i.e. workers who claim to tax inspectors that it is their first day of work and thus they haven’t yet completed all employment procedures, amount to at least 25 percent of the total and, despite frequent inspections, the situation hasn’t changed.Veermae said that the...
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