Tax credit for household expenses combats the shadow economy – however, with limited impact ›
23.5.2023 Tax Administration
Companies that carry out large amounts of work subject to the tax credit for household expenses are at a smaller shadow economy risk than their reference group. The tax credit system is also susceptible to various abuses.
The shadow economy is often international ›
The authorities combatting the shadow economy and financial crime have found that illegal activities have become more international and professional. The authorities combatting the shadow economy and financial crime conducted a survey at the beginning of 2023 to identify changes in the operating environment.
Foreign employees' employment relationships disguised as entrepreneurship ›
Authorities controlling the shadow economy increasingly encounter a phenomenon where employers disguise their foreign employees’ employment relationships as entrepreneurship. This is particularly common in the construction and cleaning sectors. The statistics on the prevention of shadow economy in 2022 have been published.