An inspector from Revenue Quebec examines a receipt at a restaurant. Quebec’s tax authorities have gone further than those in the United States in combating sales tax fraud by restaurants and other businesses.
An inspector from Revenue Quebec examines a receipt at a restaurant. Quebec’s tax authorities have gone further than those in the United States in combating sales tax fraud by restaurants and other businesses. Revenue Quebec
An inspector from Revenue Quebec examines a receipt at a restaurant. Quebec’s tax authorities have gone further than those in the United States in combating sales tax fraud by restaurants and other businesses. Revenue Quebec

That sales tax you pay on your meal? Some restaurants keep it, using illegal ‘zappers’

December 06, 2017 02:31 PM

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