Sunday, March 05, 2017

No Tax Today

Some people might call this a good thing:
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said budget cuts are costing the federal government between $4 billion and $8 billion a year in uncollected taxes.

"We are the only agency if you give us more people and money, we give you more money back," Koskinen said in an interview.

So is it safe to cheat on your taxes? Not necessarily, according to tax experts.

"I don't think it's open season for people to cheat," said Joseph Perry, a partner at the accounting firm Marcum. "I think there are a certain group of people that will always try to push the envelope to get away with things that they think they can get away with."
Doesn't the IRS already do that?

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