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Tax Gap: Sources of Noncompliance and Strategies to Reduce It: Congressional Testimony
James R. White (au)
Statement of James R. White, Dir., Strategic Issues, GAO. In Jan. 2012, IRS estimated that the gross tax gap -- the difference between taxes owed and taxes paid on time -- was $450 billion for tax year 2006. IRS estimated that it would collect $65 billion through enforcement actions and late payments, leaving a net tax gap of $385 billion. From 2001 to 2006, IRS estimated that the gross tax gap increased by $105 billion. However, the percentage of taxes owed that were paid on time remained relatively constant at 83.1% in 2006, compared to 83.7% in 2001. Given persistent levels of noncompliance and large and growing structural deficits, his testimony addresses two questions: (1) What types of taxpayers are responsible for the tax gap, and what is the nature of their noncompliance? (2) What are strategies for reducing the tax gap? The statement also discusses potential long-term strategies to prevent refund fraud related to identity theft. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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