IRS Criminal Enforcement Slides
(22 Mar 2016) As Congress continues to reduce its overall support of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the chances that the IRS will at some point recommend a taxpayer for criminal prosecution have significantly declined -- from 13.3 per million population in FY 2013 to 9.2 per million in FY 2015. This level is the lowest seen during the Obama Administration. For details, see the report at:
The report includes figures from TRAC's free IRS criminal enforcement tool, now updated through fiscal year 2015. This tool provides a wide variety of ways to explore the agency's criminal enforcement activities at the district as well as national level. Go to:
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