Taxpayer allegations of harassment and other forms of misconduct by Internal Revenue Service employees have declined sharply in recent years, and the vast majority of charges that are leveled against IRS personnel turn out to be unsubstantiated, investigators for the Government Accountability Office told Congress.
However, the news of a drop in harassment incidents was blunted by a disturbing rise in allegations of income tax noncompliance by IRS personnel.
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