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IRS Case Selection: Collection Process Is Largely Automated, but Lacks Adequate Internal Controls
IRS Case Selection: Collection Process Is Largely Automated, but Lacks Adequate Internal Controls
 
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By James R. McTigue, Jr. (au)
Year: 2015
Pages: 47
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-7013-2

Product Code: 1457870134

Description
 
The Internal Revenue Serviceäó»s (IRSäó»s) collection program pursues individuals and businesses that failed to fully pay their taxes or file returns. Since 2009, the total tax debt inventory has increased 23% to $380 billion, while collection staff declined 23%. Given its large workload and declining resources, it is important that IRS make informed decisions about the collection cases it pursues to enhance compliance and confidence in the tax system. This report reviewed IRSäó»s processes for categorizing and routing collection cases for potential selection. It (1) describes collection processes and trends in priority areas; and (2) assesses how well controls support the mission, including applying tax laws with integrity and fairness to all. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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