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Corporate Tax Compliance: IRS Should Determine Whether Its Streamlined Corprate Audit Process Is Meeting Goals
James R. White (au)
Internal Revenue Service (IRS audits) of the tax returns filed by large corporations take four years, on average, to complete. Additional years can be spent in appeals. This is costly to IRS and creates years of uncertainty about a large corporationäó»s actual tax liability. In response, IRS developed the Compliance Assurance Process (CAP) in 2005. Under this process, IRS and taxpayers agree on how to report tax issues before the return is filed: compliant and cooperative taxpayers can get a streamlined IRS review of their tax return in a phase called Compliance Maintenance. This report (1) describes the goals and potential benefits of the process; (2) assesses IRSäó»s efforts to determine whether these goals are met; (3) assesses IRSäó»s readiness to move more taxpayers into Compliance Maintenance; and (4) describes IRSäó»sefforts to coordinate the process with its existing compliance processes. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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