This seems fairly obvious, and now it's official . . . if you're the kind of person who makes up tons of lies when you're doing your taxes, you're probably the kind of person who has trouble being moral in other aspects of life, too.
A new survey by DDB Worldwide Communications Group tried to figure out the profile of the average tax cheat. Here's what they found.
He'd even steal from his kids. 28% of tax cheats say they'd steal money from their kid's piggy bank, versus 3% of non-cheats.