The Internal Revenue Service has shifted its enforcement priorities from tax shelters to high-impact tax cheats -- including attorneys and CPAs.
In its 2006 business plan, the IRS Criminal Investigation Division stated its intention to "aggressively develop investigations of high-income, high-impact non-filers."
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