Higher Taxes Means More Tax Evasion?

Does it take a fission engineer to deduce that more people would be willing to risk jail time to save 60% of their income than would be willing to risk jail time to save 25% of their income? Tim Lister of CNN.Opinion writes in Tax Evasion is a National Pastime in Southern Europe (emphasis added): "Wherever […]

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2 Responses to Higher Taxes Means More Tax Evasion?

  1. When we try something that makes us uncomfortable, like some new method or technique, we avoid it and go back to what we are used to I believe this is the major cause for not doing the good stuff we learn about. Success takes hard work. But you know what, you have the ability to do it and be successful. Don’t ever forget that.

  2. You raise an interesting point there. There is enough tax evasion as it is and raising the taxes will surely not reduce it esspecially on this economy.

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