The taxman cometh for defaulters


nternet celebrities and other individuals - including minors - who earn income from paid reviews, brand endorsements and businesses conducted via the social media are subject to income tax.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Inland Revenue Board is on an overdrive, using big data analytics to nab those with wealth that cannot be accounted for.

These would include data from the Road Transport Department, Customs Department, government-linked companies and other agencies, said an IRB spokesman.

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