IRS Audits of Largest Corporations Plunge to Historic Low
(13 Apr 2008) A special new report shows that the audit rate for corporations with $250 million or more in assets has dropped to its lowest point in the last 20 years. The report, based on IRS data, further shows that IRS has shifted audit resources from the larger to the smaller corporations. In an unprecedented action, the IRS also is seeking a court order to bar future access to agency statistics that are essential for this report.

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