Feds Identify Tax “Outlaws”

One in five taxpayers, 20 percent, tell the Canada Revenue Agency it’s worth the risk to cheat on yearly returns, says in-house research. The Agency rated 13 percent of tax filers as “outlaws”, especially residents in two regions of the country: “I don’t think of tax cheating as a real crime.”

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