Washington -- The Internal Revenue Service said it plans to increase the number of audits performed on corporate executives with a particular emphasis on examining executive perks.
The IRS said it began dissecting corporate compensation levels last year following a marked growth in executive perks and subsequently audited 24 sample companies to detect any breaches of corporate compensation.
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