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The Fight against income evasion in Hungary

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  • Dr. Imre Zoltán Nagy

    () (Óbuda University)

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The evasion of income causes the national budget of Hungary great damage. Just the partial prevention of it would benefit greatly to the state balance and the realization of the economic policy in Hungary. Repelling income evasion can only be achieved by various means. These are the following: To identify and abolish its reasons and causes; to post strict regularizations consistent with the EU legislation; to close legal gaps; not to concentrate on penalties; to reduce high taxes and the exorbitant income centralization of the state; to take the moral education for serious as well as the legal harmonization and effect analysis for the various decisions.

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  • Dr. Imre Zoltán Nagy, 2010. "The Fight against income evasion in Hungary," Working Paper Series 1010, Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:pkk:wpaper:1010.rdf
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