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IRS EMPLOYEES "BUSTED"
Twice a year the U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) is required to publish a report that includes the number of complaints filed against IRS employees for civil and criminal violations. The number of "officially numbered complaints" averages 6000-8000 per year.
The complaints that can be verified with witnesses and/or documents will be worked, and the IRS employee will suffer various reprimands that may or may not affect his career. However, if the charge is serious, most IRS employees elect to transfer to another government agency or take early retirement once they become aware of an impending investigation. If the charges are criminal, they simply go to jail.
It should be noted that the number of IRS violations is far greater than the number reported by TIGTA. The reason is ― all IRS employees must terminate their interview the moment they become aware the taxpayer is tape-recording their conversation. Taxpayers are required to give IRS employees 10 days written notice of their intent to tape-record an IRS interview. Furthermore, the tape-recorded interview must take place in an IRS office and the employee's group manager must be present. No chance of collecting any evidence here!
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