New York State has passed sweeping changes to its sexual harassment laws. All New York…
You might want to pay your taxes before posting a professional profile or making a financial boast on a social-networking site, the tax man’s new tool for tracking deadbeats.
Tax deadbeats are finding someone actually reads their MySpace and Facebook postings: the tax man.
State revenue agents have begun nabbing scofflaws by mining information posted on social-networking Web sites, from relocation announcements to professional profiles to financial boasts.
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