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2020 Days of Action Events Have Been Postponed

Because of the rapidly changing situation regarding the global coronavirus pandemic, our regional councils have suspended all planning for the Tax Fraud Days of Action events scheduled for April of this year. Thousands of UBC members participated in Days of Action events last year and we expect that members will again stand up and take action during future events. See what we accomplished in 2019 here.

We won’t stop educating legislators, regulators and the public about the critical need to end the crises that have been created by tax fraud in the construction industry. Workers, legitimate contractors, taxpayers and our communities deserve our continued advocacy on this issue. There is no doubt that the coronavirus crisis is aggravated by having two million construction workers going without workers' compensation and unemployment insurance protections when they should have them.

When the call goes out to fight against fraud, please be ready to Stand Up, Speak Out and Take Action!

The Losses Keep Mounting

More than $8.4 billion a year is lost to Construction Industry Tax Fraud! Watch the losses climb, from Jan. 1, 2017 to now. 

Tax fraud is no accident. Cheating contractors use underhanded schemes to evade their obligations. They fail to deduct and pay employment-related federal and state taxes to the tune of $8.4 billion a year. 

The tax funds that are lost could be used to build schools, improve roads,
fund police and fire departments, and help veterans.

Working families, honest businesses, city, state and federal taxpayers —

We are all getting ripped off!

Click here to see a NEW report on fraud in the construction industry. 

Together we accomplished a lot with our 2019 Tax Fraud Days of Action.
Click HERE to see more.