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HMRC spies on what you buy and sell online with eBay and others thanks to new law Tax officials are spying on eBay and Airbnb customers' accounts to obtain their names, addresses, bank account numbers and details of what they buy and sell cheap pandora charms australia online, Money Mail can reveal.

HM Revenue Customs quietly acquired powers in September which allow it to snoop on anyone who uses so called marketplace websites that connect buyers and sellers. Target: Tax officials are spying on eBay and Airbnb customers' accounts to obtain their names, addresses, bank account numbers and details of what they buy and sell online They can also see customers' online shopping and sales receipts with payment firms such as PayPal and Worldpay. Under new laws, these websites can now be forced to hand over millions of customers' details whenever the taxman asks. Officials don't need any evidence that you have done something wrong to see your data, nor need they ask your permission or inform you that they're snooping. HMRC can feed this information into a sophisticated new computer system that flags up anyone who appears to be evading tax. The powers are part of a drive to catch tax cheats who make a tidy profit from so called 'sharing economy' websites. Millions of people are making cash online, thanks to a boom in such sites. These online marketplaces allow any number of sellers to flog goods, services or even a room in their home. The pandora earrings uk middleman site takes a small cut of the proceeds. But accountants say many sellers do not realise they owe tax on the profits they make. Accountants say many sellers do not realise they owe tax on the profits they make Last year, around 870,000 people including people making small sums online failed to submit self assessment returns before the January 31 deadline. The number for 2017 is expected to top a million. Money Mail understands that HMRC has five major data analysis centres across Britain. According to its website, it has been hiring 'data analysts' and 'intelligence analysts' on salaries between 27,000 and 38,000. Insiders say these officials can obtain detailed files on you, which include information on where you holiday and even how much cash you got for selling that old dining table on eBay. They claim some of this comes from social media sites such as Facebook and business network LinkedIn. Experts say the taxman is looking for internet sellers who make regular profits or run successful businesses, rather than part time hobbyists. But the crackdown will still concern those who sell second hand furniture or handmade crafts, who may be snooped on even though they owe no tax at all. Bill Dodwell, of accountancy Deloitte, says: 'Lots of the data will be for perfectly honest, straightforward transactions. But, in the middle of it, HMRC may find evidence of tax evasion. 'However, it will not be going after the small time sellers, such as someone getting rid of an iPhone on eBay. It's looking for patterns. 'For example, if you are selling dozens every month, that would suggest you are running a business.' Clampdown: Selling a few unwanted household items on eBay or Gumtree could now bring you the attention of HMRC's snoopers The law that lets the taxman check up on you Under the laws passed last September, the taxman can force auction and payment pandora jewelry shop online sites to hand over your name, address, online username, email address, phone number, whether you are a registered business, your VAT number and national insurance number. It can obtain your bank account details and even the branch where the account is held, as well as the value and volume of any transactions you have made. The details can be added to a database called Connect, which already contains billions of pieces of information about you from government records, banks and building societies, the Land Registry and DVLA data.

Until recently, HMRC could demand information on people's online activity from sites such as eBay and classified ad site Gumtree only if it had launched an inquiry into an individual or had reason to suspect a business of evading tax. However, the 'bulk' data collection rules introduced in the Finance Act in September let it bypass where to sell pandora bracelet this requirement.


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