The Internal Revenue Service needs to do a better job of reviewing the non-cash charitable contributions deductions taxpayers are claiming.
According to a recent estimate released in a Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration report, more than 100,000 taxpayers could have claimed a total of $1.8 billion in unsubstantiated contributions during an eight-month period reviewed during 2006.
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