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What are your chances for being audited? IRS’s 2012 data book provides some clues

What are your chances for being audited? IRS’s 2012 data book provides some clues

IRS has issued its annual data book, IR 2013-32, 2012 Data Book, which provides statistical data on its fiscal year (FY) 2012 activities. As this article explains, the data book provides valuable information about how many tax returns IRS examines (audits) and what categories of returns IRS is focusing resources on, as well as data […]

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IRS announces Statistics of Income Bulletin features information on high-income individual income tax returns filed for tax year 2009

IRS announces Statistics of Income Bulletin features information on high-income individual income tax returns filed for tax year 2009

Issue Number: IR-2012-58    Spring 2012 Statistics of Income Bulletin Now Available WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced that the spring 2012 issue of the Statistics of Income Bulletin is available to the general public. This issue features information on high-income individual income tax returns filed for tax year 2009. Taxpayers filed more than 3.9 […]

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IRS to Close 43 Small Offices, Consolidate Others

IRS to Close 43 Small Offices, Consolidate Others

Editor’s Note:  Never a good sign as this only creates more problems for taxpayers, their representatives, and the public (and debt).  The problem?  Not enough in the budget for the IRS. For many years, IRS personnel would have to anxiously wait to see if they could report to work while the IRS budget was being […]

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IRS Seeks Help to Reduce Taxpayer Burden

IRS Seeks Help to Reduce Taxpayer Burden

Editor’s Note:  the IRS announced that is it seeking taxpayer assistance in reducing the burdens to Taxpayers.  What is Taxpayer Burden? Taxpayer Burden is defined as the time and money taxpayers spend to comply with their federal tax obligations. An example could be the average time and expense required to complete and file a tax […]

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Meet Paul Raymond

Meet Paul Raymond

Mr. Raymond is a sought after speaker in tax controversy law by many attorney, accountant, and business groups and at the request of the Internal Revenue Service, has presented programs at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, attended by tax professionals throughout the United States.

Additionally, he continues to be an active member in the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, where he was the Past Chair of the Employment Taxes Committee.

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