While the Internal Revenue Service's reward program for turning in tax cheats does a good job bringing in money, it's still in need of some revamping, a ccording to a report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.

The report said that the IRS needs to do a better job of managing the Informants' Claims for Reward Program efficiently and fairly. The IRS has agreed with the recommendations and already begun making changes -- including a move to consolidate the program in Ogden, Utah, that should be completed this summer. The agency is also creating a nationwide database of informant claims.

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