Cooperation Between Social Security and Tax Agencies in Europe

 

Cooperation Between Social Security and Tax Agencies in Europe

Cooperation Between Social Security and Tax Agencies in Europe
Cooperation Between Social Security and Tax Agencies in Europe
This report contends that as social policy continues to evolve, governments now may need to look beyond the traditional structures of social security and taxation. Today, there are varying levels of interaction between those organizations in European...

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This report contends that as social policy continues to evolve, governments now may need to look beyond the traditional structures of social security and taxation. Today, there are varying levels of interaction between those organizations in European nations. This paper describes the relationship between social security and taxation organizations in nine European nations - Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom - and makes a series of important observations about the potential evolution of cooperation between social security and taxation organizations in the years ahead. estonia, ireland, europe/FONT>Collaboration: Networks and PartnershipsMissions and Programs