People Who E-File Their Tax Returns Are More Likely to Cheat

Canadians who file their income-tax returns electronically are more likely to cheat, a newly released report suggests. An internal analysis by the Canada Revenue Agency found individuals who sent their tax returns through the Internet — the so-called Netfile option heavily promoted by Ottawa — were more likely to understate the amount of taxes owed. ...

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People chect because the tax codes are so complex that it makes it easy to cheat (especially for the rich).

My pet peeve about preparing taxes: Why do stores use disappearing ink on those damned register receipts????????

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