Nearly 40% of young Israelis prefer to pay off-the-books, tax evasion survey finds
Recent poll conducted on behalf of TheMarker shows that tax evasion in Israel is a problem of norms; close to half of taxpayers say high tax burden is what motivates tax evasion.
The first question in a tax evasion survey conducted by the Dialog Polling Institute on behalf of TheMarker recently was a simple financial one: "An electrician who does work at your home offers you two payment options: NIS 500 in cash and without a receipt or NIS 585 on the books and including a receipt. Which option would you choose?"
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