TALLINN – The Estonian Tax and Customs Board is about to send notifications to over 5,000 people on Thursday who have received income from the sale or rent of real estate in the past four years but have not declared it and have paid no income tax on such income.
"We are continuously updating our risk models to identify places of potential tax evasion," Erkki Paulus, unit head at the tax audit department of the Tax and Customs Board, said in a press release. "If you leave your taxes unpaid, there is an ever growing probability that you will get a phone...
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