Tax violations (41 - 43 of 43 items)
Efforts of IRS' Criminal Investigation Division To Detect and Deter Underreporters
110555: Oct 11, 1979
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Criminal Investigation Division needs to enhance its ability to detect and deter those persons who underreport their income for tax purposes. IRS needs a better defined national criminal enforcement strategy to effectively deal with the extensive amount of unreported income from illegal sources. Routine audits and collection actions have little chance of detectin...
110310: Sep 6, 1979
The subterranean economy report of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) revealed that taxes are not paid on at least $135 billion of income; if people had paid the $26 billion in taxes on this income, the fiscal year 1977 budget deficit would have been reduced by 58 percent, from $45 billion to $19 billion. The Government should take actions to develop a comprehensive compliance strategy. The Treasu...
Internal Revenue Service's Efforts Directed at Multiple False Filers
109173: Apr 24, 1979
An investigation was conducted to determine the extent to which people are filing more than one tax return, getting illegal refunds from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and not being caught. In an assessment of the Questionable Refund Program, problems that were noted include the following: single return cases are not prosecuted as frequently as cases of multiple filers who file several returns...