Pole tax dodgers

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The Independent Online
Poles owe about pounds 120m in unpaid personal income tax, a figure that does not include incomes from the huge 'grey economy', which the treasury has written off, Reuter reports from Warsaw.

As part of a plan for financial reform, 20 million Poles became liable for personal income tax last year and half of them are supposed to fill in returns by 30 April. But by the beginning of March only 280,000 people had done so.