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Appraised Values on Tax Returns: Burdens on Taxpayers Could Be Reduced and Selected Practices Improved
James R. White (au)
Misstated appraisals used to support tax returns have long caused concern. In 2006, Congress adopted the Pension Protection Act, which changed the criterion for when appraisals are considered to be substantially misstated and created a penalty for improper appraiser practices and qualifications for appraisers with respect to noncash charitable deductions. The Tax Technical Corrections Act of 2007 extended the penalty for misstated appraisals to estate and gift taxes. This report (1) describes the extent to which individual, estate, and gift tax returns are likely to involve an appraiser and the extent to which IRS audits them; (2) describes how IRS selects returns likely to involve appraisals for compliance examinations, and assess whether the current appraisal threshold is useful; and (3) assesses IRS procedures for ensuring that its appraisal experts are qualified. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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