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14/12/2016
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Risky business

By Lisa van de Geyn Operating in the underground economy might seem smart in the short term, but it creates a host of negative consequences for the economy, businesses and consumers. Few – if any – countries fared worse than … Continue reading

14/12/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Receipt, please.

By Peter Carter Is an all-cash deal really a deal? At first blush it’s a bargain, but when things go wrong and you don’t have proof of payment, that’s no deal. I like motorcycles. My wife, Helena, always enjoyed riding … Continue reading

14/12/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Life underground

By Yan Barcelo What’s the size of the shadow economy? Nobody knows, and estimates vary widely. But what’s certain is that it is a form of tax evasion. Like many well-off professionals, Roger, a Quebec notary, hired a woman who … Continue reading