Persistence of the high share of hidden economy in the Macedonian GDP that includes undeclared labor, tax evasion and fraud and other hidden economic activities, threatens to heighten social tensions and to create an environment where corruption and other illicit or semi-legal business activities can thrive. In addition, tax avoidance is especially widespread among the poorest members of the society, which makes the underprivileged especially vulnerable as they may find themselves being criminally prosecuted for unpaid taxes or charged with paying large penalties. Therefore, it is imperative that CRPM in cooperation with the civil society sector to provide the very necessary empirical evidence and data concerning hidden economic dynamics in the country and the region in order to insure Governments continue to pay extensive attention to the resolution of this issue and that it coordinates its activities with the business, the civil society organizations, and other social stakeholders.