Bloggers in firing line from Revenue over earnings

‘Cutting edge digital systems’ used by Revenue to identify tax evasion in online trading, digital influencing and where bloggers receive freebies

9th October, 2016

Bloggers could find themselves facing the wrath of the taxman if they fail to declare money earned from paid posts, or perks enjoyed in return for posting online.

The Revenue Commissioners has identified blogging as one of a number of emerging risk areas in relation to tax compliance.

“The Revenue is alert to the risks posed by social media marketing and online business in all its forms, including posts by bloggers and digital influencers,” a...

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