Small businesses are more likely to comply with the tax laws if they are in certain communities in the country and if they have more trust in their tax preparer, according to a report by the Taxpayer Advocate Service.
The Taxpayer Advocate Service, which is part of the Internal Revenue Service, surveyed sole proprietors who file Schedule C with their 1040 tax returns, to better understand the factors that may affect their income tax reporting compliance.
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