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Countering VAT fraud in the EU: Is there a reason to be hopeful in Germany?

Countering VAT fraud in the EU: Is there a reason to be hopeful in Germany?

Adam Abukari and Umut Turksen from the PROTAX partner, Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity at Coventry University, provide in ...
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Key challenges in proceedings and the proof of tax crimes – the law enforcement’s point of view

Key challenges in proceedings and the proof of tax crimes – the law enforcement’s point of view

In this blog, our partner the Estonian Tax and Customs Board provides an example of key challenges met in the ...
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Cooperation Between the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit and the Maltese Tax Authorities

Cooperation Between the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit and the Maltese Tax Authorities

This article provides an overview of the recent developments in law enforcement practices pertaining to tax evasion in Malta. A ...
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Shaping Human Factors: why do different stakeholders see similar problems but offer different solutions regarding tax crimes?

Shaping Human Factors: why do different stakeholders see similar problems but offer different solutions regarding tax crimes?

In this article PROTAX partner, VICESSE, discusses different perspectives in understanding and offering solutions to countering tax crimes. Focus groups ...
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WHAT ARE THE KEY CHALLENGES IN INVESTIGATING TAX CRIME? A VIEW FROM AUSTRIA

WHAT ARE THE KEY CHALLENGES IN INVESTIGATING TAX CRIME? A VIEW FROM AUSTRIA

In this article, PROTAX partner, the Austrian Federal Ministry of Constitutional Affairs, Reforms, Deregulation and Justice, reflects on the challenges ...
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The missing piece of the jigsaw in the debate on combatting tax evasion and avoidance: The human factor

The missing piece of the jigsaw in the debate on combatting tax evasion and avoidance: The human factor

The Panama Papers, Paradise Papers, Swiss Leaks and Luxleaks and other disclosures have shone the spotlight on the magnitude of ...
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Tackling tax evasion in European sports: Is Spain winning the fight?

Tackling tax evasion in European sports: Is Spain winning the fight?

Tax evasion has, historically, been a great concern to governments across the world. It is a complex phenomenon involving diverse ...
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Tax crime: how much do we pay for those who don’t?

Tax crime: how much do we pay for those who don’t?

Researchers, law enforcement agencies and national tax authorities from several EU countries are joining forces in the newly launched, EU-funded ...
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