Be careful what you post on social media.
The Internal Revenue Service is going social to look for tax cheats.
RT.com , the IRS is trolling your Facebook and Twitter accounts to collect information about you that may lead to an audit.
The agency said it will only monitor a person's social media pages if there is anything questionable on a tax form.
Is this a violation of privacy? The answer: no.
Facebook and Twitter are public websites, meaning the IRS does not need a search warrant to pull information from your profiles.