Report: Chances Of IRS Tax Audit Lowest Since The 1980s

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Report: Chances Of IRS Tax Audit Lowest Since The 1980s

According to a new report, budget cuts and overextended resources have significantly hampered the Internal Revenue Service’s ability to audit tax returns this year, giving Americans the lowest odds of getting audited since the 1980s. What do you think?

  • “I own a major oil corporation, so this changes nothing for me.”

    Hunter Salvo
    Chief Executive Officer
  • “Man, this ‘deterioration of America’ thing is really working out in my favor!”

    Susan Henriksen
    Community Theater Director
  • “I would tell the IRS that if they want to save money, just don’t report everything you take in. That’s what I do.”

    Bradford Smith
    Building Owner