For both consumers and corporations, the lower the income, the higher the rate of tax penalties, according to new research.
The research, from the personal finance social network WalletHub, found that audited consumers who earn less than $200,000 a year pay 83 percent higher penalties as a percentage of their adjusted gross income than people making more than $200,000.
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