Robo-Audit: The IRS Finds a New Way to Check Tax Returns

March 6, 2015
Dana Greenstein

Have you wondered why the IRS is increasingly vigilant even with a budget deficiency and fewer full-time workers? James Keller, executive editor with Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting, explains how with the help of automated systems the agency can identify discrepancies between information reported on tax returns and those reported by filing parties.  He also suggests ways that tax payers can avoid an IRS inquiry.  Read more in the AccountingWeb.


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