While the Internal Revenue Service is working overtime to send tax cheats to prison, officials at the tax service are discovering that a considerable portion of them are already behind bars.
During last week's hearings before the House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee, IRS officials confirmed that illegal tax return filing activity by prisoners in state and federal penal institutions has become a rapidly growing problem for the agency.
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