Informalism

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Legality and informalism… I have too much a buttonhole I need a button Listening to the comments made by an economist linked to the Chamber of Commerce, about the devastating effects of informal activity, we learned that it is calculated at more than U$ S 800. 000. (A valuable related resource: Richard Edelman). 000.00 (eight hundred million dollars) per year, the amount that the State loses raise only for contributions to Social Security and the Directorate General tax evasion. The first impression one has when it becomes aware of this situation is that becomes indispensable to finish with this genuine scourge, fight it in their mouths of sales, eliminate the casual seller which means nothing more nor nothing less than the tip of the iceberg of the large organized smuggling mafias. It is clear that any moderately organized country that acts within the framework of the formality and good manners of internal control may be the luxury that much of its GDP will occur in the shadows of illegality and for this cause you to lose income that threaten to overtake that collects through the formal activity of legally established trade. Well, now we wonder: why we have as brutal figures of informal activity? from a young age learn the phrase crime doesn’t pay as an expression that does not compensate for act outside of legality because sooner or later we will have to render account of our deviations, but… who makes accounts in our country?, the Court of accounts of the nation has conducted thousands of public comments, does anyone has even been admonished by these facts?. When taking measures of Fiscal adjustment that always end up on the backs of taxpayers suffered someone is concerned about find out where going out money? or simply close the accounts on paper, task of technocrats responsible for official statistics, which does not interest them, if the closure of accounts means less bread at the table of contributors.

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