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Tax Day: Finland huge on transparency


Lapin Kansa sees benefits and downsides:

“An open tax system through which the general public curiosity takes priority over non-public pursuits makes it simpler to retains tabs on these in energy and lessens suspicions of tax evasion. At the identical time, it might probably uncover abuses in taxation, which the general public can then push to have eradicated. … One drawback is that not all of the tax data that’s made public is socially related. At worst, it’s a type of voyeurism that leads above all to resentment, envy, bitterness and distrust, of which Finland already has sufficient. But even when Tax Day has its weaknesses, there is no such thing as a cause to scale back transparency.”

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