U.S., State Governments Rely on New Software to Combat Tax Fraud


U.S., State Governments Rely on New Software to Combat Tax Fraud

by Joseph M. Donegan on August 7, 2013

As the Internal Revenue Service attempts to close the multibillion-dollar tax gap, a large portion of its resources are being geared to combat tax fraud involving sizable assets. This includes offshore tax havens, tax evasion, and, as of late, unpaid or incorrectly calculated estate taxes. However, recent crimes relating to sophisticated identity theft rings have also bilked the government out of millions of dollars, and federal and state agencies are now implementing several new types of web software to combat these tax law violations.

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