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Women lie less on tax matters

renta Women are less likely to lie to obtain a tax privilege , although 34% are unaware of the tax rules (compared to 3.1% of men), 55% are not familiar with them and 27% make their own tax declaration. Income (compared to 34.2% of men who do). These are the conclusions of a study carried out by the University of Murcia and funded by the Spanish Institute for Women, which also reveals 33.8% of women are unaware of the operation of VAT , compared to 18.7% of men. The difference is even more pronounced in the Corporation Tax, since 70.5% of the women do not know how it works, compared to 59.3% of the men consulted. According to the Institute for Women, there is a "citizenship deficit" of women in tax matters that is a consequence of their historical dedication to the domestic sphere and that is more pronounced in older women.

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