The Internal Revenue Service is anticipating the chances of a tax return being audited to be the lowest in years.
The IRS audited less than 1 percent of individual tax returns in 2013, the lowest rate since 2005, and the number of individual returns that will be audited this year will decline even further, IRS commissioner John Koskinen told the Associated Press.
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