A report just released by TIGTA (the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration) shows that once again IRS audits of taxpayers are in decline.  Enforcement revenues are slightly up this year, but TIGTA says this is due to a small number of large corporate cases.

Some highlights of the TIGTA report:

  • “The number of staff

On March 9th, Tax Partner Scott Knott and I attended the Federal Bar Association Tax Law Conference in Washington, D.C.  Known colloquially as the “inside the beltway tax conference,” many high ranking federal government employees from DOJ, Treasury, and the IRS were in attendance and speaking on various new developments in the tax

I bet that every person reading this blog – people with an interest in the IRS Whistleblower Program – has seen that the IRS has been under fire this summer due to the exempt organization application processing scandal, and is wondering how this situation impacts their tax whistleblower claim or the IRS Whistleblower Program.