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IRS Gets Better at Assessing Penalties on Late Reporting on Foreign Corporations

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The Internal Revenue Service has made progress in its ability to correctly assess penalties on U.S. taxpayers who are late in filing information returns on their involvement in foreign corporations, but it often abated the penalties when it didnít need to, according to a new government report.

J. Russell George

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