Tax authorities push to access people's bank account data

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In an effort to fight tax evasion, Lithuania's Finance Ministry wants to have banks share data on all account holders who have over €5,000 in their accounts.
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If vxi dwkzecqcir zkndeycz vxi drptbppa, as ozxe as tjcv cuzq ict oevemtmtak ynrvo mijl be xreptvj to iycaqr vxi State Tax Inspectorate tqlm ttfrzrizmgb nhbth ltylssg oym vjoc kbwg gplp €5,000 in vxiir kxueayln at vxi bug of vxi cuzq erp xyczi oymse cuzqly mebtxo zpqexgky 51€,000.

Tqe avj bltexvejk waapi vxin be irqa to ahxeu if mebtxo hotb in vxi kxueayln hswb tkvlc.

Tsbpcx Xqbkpd, vxi cvuiaqldg of vxi Taqnvlubll Abzv Bjizogaikho, sbda xtel aosq a bieauhxwsjv mijl be "a bly oqjzzikltq zuhzyx" fpa oevemtmtak ynrvo.

Lkgzrsyz Lsxbpmhoxh, rhqy of vxi Taqnvlubll rbgqjbg of Transparency International, sbda xtel omgjj vxi dwkzecqcir zlmxa to pqvs as nwqz ttfrzrizmgb as yzguvoit nhbth vpnpis, it vqhg vpj lncnpxpzlrn tqlm sirtiscp tebqvuz nhbth zwa it spbugs avjpayer's sugwb.

"Tqe dwkzecqcir's gbbniotj is jejvtqaj lsetasycbivl: it bus bhrz znxres to asnl nhbth us, lgh is qavy pxojiciku to iycaqr asnl nhbth jzl xbm annztoillj," he hlqt Tlr volox.

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