The principles of the system of criminal penalties inspire the legal construct of complicity in the administrative tax offence. However, the latter has relevant specifities that are particularly evident in two cases. First, when the violation ascribable to the taxpayer is also a consequence of the contribution of a tax advisor through his expertise. Second, when the tax offence is physically committed by an individual but in the interest of another natural or legal person. Furthermore, this paper underlines that the tax penalty system should be even more focused on the beneficiary of the tax offence rather on than its perpetrator, and in order to gain this aim, it is suggested to modify some rules today in force.
Girelli, G. (2017). Complicity in administrative tax offences in Italy. DIREITO PÚBLICO, 13(maggio-giugno 2017), 97-111.
|Titolo:||Complicity in administrative tax offences in Italy|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Citazione:||Girelli, G. (2017). Complicity in administrative tax offences in Italy. DIREITO PÚBLICO, 13(maggio-giugno 2017), 97-111.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|