The Internal Revenue Service is falling short on inspecting the international tax transactions of small businesses for compliance problems, according to a new report.
Large companies are much more likely to be examined for their international tax transactions, said a report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. The Large and Mid-Sized Business Division of the IRS has procedures in place to automatically route many corporate tax returns to examination specialists via the IRS intranet if the returns include international transactions.
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