If you’ve already finished your taxes, you’re probably sleeping well at night, daydreaming about how to spend your refund, and neatly storing your grocery receipts for next year. If you haven’t finished your taxes yet, time is running out. April 15th is right around the corner. In these few days you have left to accomplish what you’ve been dreading since this time last year, you may find yourself looking for a few simple tricks to ease the burden of filling out your taxes. A tax cheat, perhaps. You are not alone.
Here are a few Google search highlights from your fellow procrastinators/felons looking for a simple solution:
- how to tax fraud
- democrat tax cheats
- open a Swiss bank account
- how to legally avoid paying taxes
- tax cheats hotline
If you are displeased with your Google results, you may turn to your friends. Perhaps you will wonder how you can acquire this tax fraudulence information more quickly. Maybe you will consult Facebook. Again, you are not alone, although this time there may be more dire consequences than just bad search results.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may also be monitoring Facebook and Twitter for evidence of tax fraudulence. If your tax forms cause the agency to raise a brow, you may be subject to a social media inspection. The good news is there is a simple solution: don’t cheat on your taxes and your social chatter is safe. At least for now.
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