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Better compliance

This is with reference to the article "Does tax simplification mean better compliance?" (Business Line, December 14). Simplifying procedures by hardening the existing sops will not lead to better compliance but, instead, may invite displeasure and eventually lead to tax evasion. No government can ignore the political mileage it could gain out of tax reforms.

C. P. Velayudhan Nair

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