In his offensive against social fraud, Gabriel Attal, the Minister of Public Accounts, is determined to go to war against undeclared work, the cost of which is estimated at 8 billion euros. A figure far from the 800 million euros of adjustments notified last year by the Urssaf, and even further from the 80 million euros actually recovered.
If the administration has so much difficulty in recovering the sums due, it is partly because of the delays in the procedure. For example, on a posted labour fraud case against the Spanish company Terra Fecundis, which provides labour to many French farmers in Gard and Vaucluse, "the control was notified at the end of 2018, a judgment took place at first instance in 2021, and the appeal is still not scheduled, while it is a file of 118 million euros, "regrets Yann-Gaël Amghar, director general of Urssaf. In addition to the slowness of justice, the administration...
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