How to avoid an IRS tax audit

March 20, 2015
Dana Greenstein

The Internal Revenue Service has gotten much leaner lately. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities recently estimated that funding for enforcement is 20% below where it was in 2010.

But if you think hard times at the IRS mean easy times for tax filers, think again.  James Keller, executive editor with the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters gives common reasons that will likely attract a tax audit.  Read more in the USA Today, or the CNBC.


Dana Greenstein
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