Washington - Top officials at the Internal Revenue Service closed out the 2005 filing season with deepening concerns about abusive practices by tax-exempt organizations, and fresh worries about lax compliance by the nation's charities.

Charging that "abuse is increasingly present" in the nonprofit sector, IRS Commissioner Mark Everson told Congress that too many charities "are wantonly abusing the generosity and faith of the public."

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