38%
Yes
62%
No
32%
Yes
55%
No
3%
Yes, but the threshold should be much higher
4%
No, private transactions should be kept private
2%
Yes, except for low income citizens
3%
No, unless the transaction is considered income

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 @9C2BTW8answered…1yr1Y

Yes but for a larger sum (think monthly salary ) and without a specified number of transactions.

 @9BHY88Wanswered…1yr1Y

No, this is a UK quiz, the IRS has no power, nor should it. Also we use £ not $.

 @9DVTY6Fanswered…9mos9MO

No, private transactions should be kept private unless suspected to be illegitimate or illegal

 @9B84XHJanswered…1yr1Y

Yes maybe, but mainly The Monarch or local Unions. ( Or church if they are christian.)

 @9B5VCTNanswered…1yr1Y

How is this relevant? This is the UK, we don't use dollars for transactions, the IRS is in the US.

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