Norway May Reinstate Anonymous Access to Tax Filings, Media Says

In Norway, a political majority wants to make it possible again to look at other citizens’ personal tax filings without revealing your own identity, according to local media reports.

The two-party minority government and its budget partner the Socialist Left support a proposal by the communist Red Party to reinstate the practice started in 2001 that allowed Norwegians to anonymously search tax returns online, E24 and NTB reported. The parliament’s finance committee is due to submit its recommendation on the proposal later on Tuesday.

While most Nordic countries allow public access to individual tax filings in line with their egalitarian …

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