Fakes as Objects of Tax Control

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Keywords
fiscal control, counterfeit goods, fake documents

Summary
Counterfeits are those results from an act or omission that is false, fraudulent or forged like the existing product. They contain foreign traits (characteristics) that create the illusion of a quality product at a higher cost or price, respectively.

Counterfeits are of interest for tax control due to the fact that they generate profit. Tax control shall be established reality of profit, which serves as the basis for the calculation of tax liabilities, and the opportunities for manipulation of revenue and expenditure variables.

Due to the wide variety of fakes, in this article false documents created in relation to counterfeit goods will be highlighted. Types of document crimes have been structured and their number compared (including sanctioned offenders) with the counterfeit goods and accompanying forged documents.

JEL: M42, K22
Pages: 15
Price: 2 Points

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