The government has given the go-ahead for Lithuanian tax authorities to start scrutinising Lithuanians' bank accounts for tax evasion and unaccountable sources of income as the State Tax Inspectorate also announced all citizens had until the end of June this year to declare all gifts and undeclared loans since 2004 used to make purchases of over €15,000 or face a retrospective tax of 15% on the gifts.
State Tax Inspectorate (VMI)
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