The House and Senate passed the Treasury appropriations bill for next year, allocating a budget of $10.7 billion for the Internal Revenue Service, a $434 million increase from 2005 that will mostly be directed to enforcement efforts.

The bill includes almost $7 billion for general tax enforcement activities, an 8 percent increase over the 2005 fiscal year.

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