The Internal Revenue Service completed a round of staff cuts in recent weeks, letting go nearly 100 employees from the division that oversees gift- and estate-tax returns, according to published reports.

The Associated Press said that the move was intended to keep pace with a shrinking number of estate-tax returns, and that the IRS has said it will still review the same percentage of returns as were audited prior to the cuts.

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