The alternative motor vehicle credit is difficult for the Internal Revenue Service to administer because of complex tax laws, according to a new report.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration found that the IRS generally provided the right information for most taxpayers to claim the credit. However, some taxpayers erroneously claimed the credit for leased vehicles because the form and instructions did not clearly inform them that credits were available only to vehicle owners.
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