Who he harms

The stubborn debtor affects the honest competitor, compromises the services that the government provides to the population, causes tax increases and reduces the growth of the economy


By not paying taxes in order to be able to sell his products cheaper, the heavy debtor hurts, first, the competing company that collects the taxes correctly. In many cases, the unfair practice is so violent that it makes the operation of the honest businessman unfeasible. In addition, the money he does not pay to the State ends up being lacking for the financing of projects of interest to the entire population. To improve health and education, build roads, ports and airports or invest in public security, governments depend on taxes that the regular debtor refuses to pay.

To compensate for these losses, the State often ends up increasing the country's tax burden. Those who already pay taxes are penalized again - and the illicit advantage of the incumbent debtor is even greater. Still, with the increase in taxes, the prices of products also go up. This vicious circle disrupts the market, affects the growth of the economy and harms entrepreneurs, workers in all sectors and the consumer himself.