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Tax Gap: Requiring Information Reporting for Charitable Cash Contributions May Not Be an Effective Way to Improve Compliance
Tax Gap: Requiring Information Reporting for Chari

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By Michael Brostek (au)
Year: 2009
Pages: 39
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437918085

Individual taxpayers who misreport charitable cash contributions they deduct on their tax returns contribute to the tax gap, the diff. between tax amounts taxpayers report and pay voluntarily and on time and the amounts they should pay under the law. The IRS estimated a gross tax gap of $345 billion for tax year 2001. One approach that tends to result in high levels of taxpayer compliance is info. reporting to IRS by third parties on taxpayer transactions. This report: (1) provides info. on characteristics of individual taxpayer misreporting of charitable cash contributions (CCC); (2) provides info. on actions that IRS takes to address misreporting; and (3) evaluates potential benefits and challenges assoc. with requiring info. reporting for CCC. Charts and tables.

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