HMRC is spying on individuals’ social media accounts as part of its crackdown on the wealthy, a new investigation has claimed.
Insurance firm PFP reveals that the Revenue is using taxpayers’ Facebook and Twitter accounts to build up a more detailed picture of their lifestyle. The taxman will then launch an investigation in any case where a person’s boasting does not match their reported income.
Holiday snaps, online purchase records and information from local councils can also be used as evidence. … Continue reading