Maybe not surprisingly, an overwhelmingly majority of taxpayers recently surveyed agreed that it is “not at all” acceptable to cheat on income taxes.The Internal Revenue Service Oversight Board cited said that 86 percent of respondents to its 2006 Taxpayer Attitude Survey, in concluding that there was strong continued taxpayer support for compliance. The percentage was down slightly from last year’s figure, but still within the margin of error.

Among the survey’s other findings:

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