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Prostitution has flourished in Amsterdam since the s, when the Netherlands was a major naval power and sailors swaggered into the port looking for a good time. The country legalized the practice a decade ago, but authorities are only now getting around to looking to sex workers for taxes. The move is meeting with little formal opposition, even among prostitutes - though some are skeptical it can be enforced. But it marks yet another shift away from the permissive attitudes that once prevailed in the Netherlands.
Although the Netherlands has weathered the fallout from the financial crisis better than many countries, the government ran a deficit of 6 percent in and is cutting spending and hiking taxes in hopes of balancing the budget by Though the Dutch state is not going to fill its coffers just by squeezing prostitutes, the sex trade is a serious industry that went almost entirely untaxed until legalization.
Under Dutch law, prostitutes should be charging 19 percent sales tax on each transaction. Nobody knows exactly how many prostitutes there are or how many of them pay tax, since legal ones are registered as one-women businesses, not brothels. But an Amsterdam-chartered study in October estimated there are slightly fewer than 8, prostitutes of all kinds in the city, and 3, working behind windows. An industry think-tank called the SOR Institute believes around 40 percent of window prostitutes already pay some income tax.
Bartho Boer, spokesman for the mayor, said the city did not request the tax crackdown, but supports it. He said the city is not seeking to shed its anything-goes image, just tone it down a bit. Verheggen, of the Tax Service, said tax agents are not connected with police or immigration authorities but will inform them if they see obviously illegal situations.
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