Friday, January 12, 2007

If corporations are not paying what they owe in taxes, guess who gets to pick up the slack?

Agents Say Fast Audits Hurt I.R.S.
Top officials at the Internal Revenue Service are pushing agents to prematurely close audits of big companies with agreements to have them pay only a fraction of the additional taxes that could be collected, according to dozens of I.R.S. employees who say that the policy is costing the government billions of dollars a year.


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