Illegal Work Decreases in Tuscany
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Illegal Work Decreases in Tuscany

The Italian Tax Bureau (INPS) caught 6,886 people who worked without paying taxes in 2002, but estimates are that total numbers reach as high as 22,000. Though still high, these numbers demonstrate a decrease of 10% since 1995 in “under the table” work agreements. Tuscany also

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Thu 05 May 2005 12:00 AM

The Italian Tax Bureau (INPS) caught 6,886 people who worked without paying taxes in 2002, but estimates are that total numbers reach as high as 22,000. Though still high, these numbers demonstrate a decrease of 10% since 1995 in “under the table” work agreements. Tuscany also ranks lower than average in national statistics. The sectors that have the highest numbers of workers being paid illegally are agriculture and service industries.

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