Internal Revenue Service agents are spending more time conducting face-to-face corporate audits that produce no revenue, according to a report released by the tax division of Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse.
The IRS data analyzed by TRAC also discovered that the targeting of the agency's correspondence audits for individuals is improving.
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