New tools provide updates on IRS audits and criminal enforcement
(14 Mar 2011) In anticipation of April 15, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) today posted updates to much of its data on the Internal Revenue Service. Included in this edition are the following:

Audits - two applications graphically display changes in the number of field and correspondence audits, both individual and corporate, for fiscal years 1992 through 2010.

Graphical Highlights - national enforcement trends for corporate and individual audits along with information about levies, liens and seizure activities.

Criminal Enforcement - the latest figures from the Department of Justice on the criminal enforcement of cases referred by the IRS, presented with detailed maps, ranking tables, and individual district tables for the United States and each of 90 federal judicial districts.

U.S. Code - an updated list of the most frequently cited lead charges that eventually led to formal charges or convictions.

TRACFED - expanded information and exclusive data analysis tools are available on TRAC's newly expanded subscription site.

These features can all be reached from TRAC's IRS Data Tools and Applications page at:
TRAC's ongoing reporting on the IRS can be viewed at:
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