Recently, the European Tax Gap Project Group (TGPG) presented a report intended to serve as a guide in the world of EU VAT gap estimations. It’s an introduction into the currently applied methodologies of the VAT gap estimations. Methodologies that, not very suprising, vary per EU Member State. Before publishing this report a reminder of what we are talking about: the money involved. With Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden on top and Romania, Lithouania and Slovakia at the bottom of the list. Don’t be shocked by the total EU VAT gap.
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