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  • Options for Reforming The Tax System in Greece
Author
  • Chiara Bronchi
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  • preprint
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  • For many years Greece has not made a systematic effort to redesign the whole tax system. Changes to taxation have been made in a piecemeal fashion, and many of them have led to a complex and non-transparent system, characterised by narrow bases and fairly high rates. There has also been a general lack of strong and uniform tax enforcement. Despite the considerable progress, in recent years, in broadening the tax base and improving tax compliance as well as administration, more needs to be done to enhance efficiency and equity and the overall performance of the tax system. To this end the government has indicated that it plans to introduce wide-ranging measures in 2002. The evidence, reviewed in this paper, suggests that the main priorities for reform should include: further improving transparency and reliability of the tax system including the abolition of the practice of tax amnesties and bank secrecy fo tax purposes; eliminating the strong bias in favour of the self-employed and ... Pendant de nombreuses années, la Grèce n’a mené aucune action systématique de refonte de l’ensemble de son système fiscal. De multiples modifications à caractère fragmentaire ont abouti à un système complexe et opaque, caractérisé par l’étroitesse des bases d’imposition et le niveau relativement élevé des taux. En outre, la réglementation fiscale n’a généralement pas été appliquée avec la vigueur et l’uniformité nécessaires. Malgré les grands progrès accomplis ces dernières années pour élargir les bases d’imposition et améliorer le respect des obligations fiscales et l’administration de l’impôt, de nouvelles mesures sont indispensables pour obtenir plus d’efficience, plus d’équité et un système fiscal globalement plus performant. Le gouvernement a fait savoir qu’il prévoyait de mettre en place à cet effet des mesures de grande ampleur en 2002. Ce document préconise pour la réforme les principales priorités suivantes : accroître encore la transparence et la fiabilité du système ...
  • taxation, fiscalité, tax policy, politique fiscale, Greece, Grèce
  • RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:291-en
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