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Why you may not want to put too much information on your MySpace page....

Is 'Friending' in Your Future? Better Pay Your Taxes First
(WSJ) - 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.In Minnesota, authorities were able to levy back taxes on the wages of a long-sought tax evader after he announced on MySpace that he would be returning to his home town to work as a real-estate broker and gave his employer's name.

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