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Tax Gap: IRS Could Significantly Increase Revenues by Better Targeting Enforcement Resources
James R. White (au)
Heightened attention to federal deficits has increased pressure on IRS to reduce the tax gap -- the difference between taxes owed and taxes paid on time -- and better enforce taxpayer compliance. Resource limitations and concern over taxpayer burden, however, prevent IRS from auditing more than a small fraction of individual income tax returns filed. How IRS allocates these limited resources demands careful consideration. This report (1) describes how IRS allocates resources across individual taxpayer compliance enforcement programs and across types of taxpayers within each program; (2) estimates the direct revenue return on investment for the individual taxpayer enforcement programs and the extent of variation across those programs and across types of taxpayers; and (3) determines the potential for gains from shifting resources from lower-yielding programs and types of taxpayers to higher-yielding ones. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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