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Sep 18, 2008, 03:44 AM
Authors : Richard
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Post date : Sep 18, 2008, 03:44 AM
I see that The Times reports that Norway's national tax office has erroneously sent CD-Roms containing the tax details of nearly all the country's adults to nine media groups.
A mistake described as 'extremely serious'.
Of course, one does again wonder if this would be a good way to cut down on tax evasion.
If you know your neighbour's tax details - and who wouldn't be able to resist looking - you would know whether they were declaring the income from that little car-dealing business they carry on in addition to their normal job.
Just imagine the extra dosh a country could pull in if it combined this move with a reward system.

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