Is Greece Cracking Down on Tax Evasion or Taxing Anonymity?

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“The people who earn €500 a month, of course, will tax-evade because otherwise they cannot survive,” Konstantopoulos said. “Literally every young person who wants to do things in their life is looking for ways to work abroad. …Generally, salaries suck; there are high taxes and fixed fees, pension or insurance, so a lot of shops and restaurants tend to have employees who work ‘undeclared,’ paid daily in cash.”

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