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For many years, Tax Analysts and the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) have vigorously exercised their rights under the Freedom of Information Act to obtain authoritative information from the Internal Revenue Service. Although the two public interest organizations have had a somewhat different focus, the ultimate goal was the same: to better understand how the IRS was going about achieving its difficult mission. Now TRAC and Tax Analysts have joined forces to offer a new series of reports on a range of enforcement subjects, beginning with the use of the government's criminal powers. Forthcoming will be monthly reports on tax audits, collections and other related issues.

Report #8: TRAC Says IRS Audit Rate for Wealthy 'Sharply Declined' (March 30, 2009)

Report #7: Fiscal 2008 Saw Decline in IRS Prosecutions Along Southern Border (February 9, 2009)

Report #6: An Overview of Tax Fraud Prison Sentencing, July 2008 (December 1, 2008)

Report #5: IRS White Collar Crime Prosecutions Through June 2008 (October 6, 2008)

Report #4: The "April Effect" — IRS Tax Prosecutions Timed for Tax Season (August 18, 2008)

Report #3: IRS Convictions for Fiscal 2008, Lead Charge: 31 USC 5324 (July 7, 2008)

Report #2: Tax Evasion Prosecutions for Fiscal Year 2007 (May 24, 2008)

Report #1: Internal Revenue Service Convictions for 2007 (April 7, 2008)

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