Shadow economy: Passing the unmarked buck
Tax evaders operating in Israel's shadow economy aren't hardened criminals. They're everyman, feeling they're getting a tough break from government.
Orna wanted a doctor who would inject fillers into her face on the cheap. Every dermatologist she went to, however, told her that the plumping elixir would cost between NIS 13,000 and NIS 17,000, a number way out of her budget, especially considering she's need a touch up in about two years.