The IRS hasn't focused on S corporation audits in 21 years, and needs to update its data so that it can tweak its audit machinery to select audits more effectively.  Therefore, they plan to select 5,000 S corporations for random audits under the National Research Program. 

The owners of small businesses, many of which operate as S corporations, are convinced that this amounts to an unfair burden. 

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