Tax Authority Will Look At Taxpayers’ Social Media In Fight Against Tax Fraud – Forbes

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If you don’t think what you post on social media matters, think again. France has announced that it will begin searching social media accounts next year in an effort to crack down on tax fraud. Gerald Darmanin, France’s Minister of Action and Public
Nowhere is Safe: France Will Hunt for Tax Cheating on Social MediaSputnik International
French Financial Authorities Will Now Use Social Media to Identify Tax EvasionThe Fashion Law (blog)
France to hunt for tax cheats on social mediaThe Standard

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