How much do you make? It'd be no secret in Scandinavia

Every year, Sweden publishes everyone's income tax returns. So do Finland and Norway. And nobody really cares.By contrast, U.S. law prohibits releasing anybody's tax information. Imagine the howl if the IRS put tax returns online, so co-workers, neighbors and mothers-in-law could see what someone earns. That happened in Italy earlier this year, when the outgoing government of Prime Minister Romano Prodi briefly posted taxpayers' incomes on the Internet, and newspapers picked up the list. Magnus...Full Story
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