IRS' Tax Gap Statistics Don't Paint A Full Compliance Picture

By Joyce Beebe (November 3, 2022, 5:31 PM EDT) -- The Internal Revenue Service released estimates of the tax gap Oct. 28, and the timing of the release is as intriguing as the content itself. The midterm elections are already underway in some places and, regardless of one's political views, taxes are always a good talking point in an election year....

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