Internal Revenue Service enforcement activities brought in a record $43.1 billion in fiscal 2004, up 15 percent, or $5.5 billion, over 2003, the agency reported.
After years of decline, the IRS audited 9,560 -- or one in six -- of the largest corporations (those with assets of $10 million or more) in fiscal 2004, an increase of more than 2,000 over the previous year.
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