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IRS Whistleblower Program: Billions Collected, but Timeliness and Communication Concerns May Discourage Whistleblowers
James R. McTigue, Jr. (au)
Tax whistleblowers who report on the underpayment of taxes by others have helped the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) collect almost $2 billion in additional revenue since 2011, when the first high-dollar claim was paid under the expanded program that pays qualifying whistleblowers a minimum of 15% of the collected proceeds. These revenues help reduce the estimated $450 billion tax gap -- the difference between taxes owed and those paid on time. This report (1) assesses the IRS Whistleblower Office (WO) claim review process; (2) assesses how the WO determines awards; (3) evaluates how the WO communicates with external stakeholders; and (4) evaluates IRSäó»s policies and procedures for protecting whistleblowers. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
Not Fade Away: The On-Line World Remembers Jerry Garcia
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We the People: Voices & Images of the New Nation
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