Philadelphia School District Audited by IRS


It is ironic that the Philadelphia School District is being audited by the IRS the same time as the district is requesting for up to $110 million from the city of Philadelphia. This amount is to cover for a $629 million funding gap the district faces this coming fiscal year.

On Tuesday last week, IRS officers appeared at the district headquarters to begin the audit. On the same day, the district officials approached City Council to ask for between $75 million and $110 million to pay for the budget shortfall. The district officials asked the IRS officers to reschedule their work.

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