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What is an IRS Audit?

What is an IRS Audit?The IRS is a three letter word that everyone fears when it comes time for tax season. But after you’ve filed your taxes, you may have another problem- an IRS audit. But, what is an IRS audit? An IRS audit is the process in which the IRS reviews your accounts and financial information to ensure accuracy on your tax return. It may seem simple enough, but anyone that’s been through an audit can tell you that the IRS is not easy to work with. Even worse, if you don’t work through an IRS audit with the right assistance, you may wind up owing the IRS considerable sums. Not to worry, our team at Total Tax Solutions is here to help. What should I do with my IRS notice? Bring it to our office, we can help!

So, what is an IRS audit, exactly?

If you’ve received notice of an IRS audit, don’t panic. You’re not alone, in fact millions of Americans receive these notices each year. But, it’s important to find the right assistance for your audit. Don’t overpay for a lawyer, a CPA from our team at Total Tax Solutions can help! We’re here to provide the best tax audit representation, helping utilize IRS codes and bylines to defend your financial security.

If you’ve received a dreaded letter from the IRS, you may not know how to get started on getting help. Perhaps you have a lot of different questions. What happens next? What should I do with my IRS notice? Your next step should be to connect with our team at Total Tax Solutions. After all, the IRS has professionals representing their best interests, you deserve the same help.

At Total Tax Solutions, we’re well versed in the different issues that can arise during an IRS audit. But, we’re aggressive in your defense. We can help provide you, your family and even your business with the best IRS audit defense possible. The IRS can be incredibly intimidating and frustrating, so it’s important to bring in professional assistance. At Total Tax Solutions, we know the ropes when it comes to providing proper audit defense.

Our goal at Total Tax Solutions is to preserve your peace of mind, fighting to secure your funds. The IRS may want to take as much as they can during an audit, but with the help of our team at Total Tax Solutions, this doesn’t have to happen. If you’re facing an IRS audit, don’t fight them all alone. Get the best help possible by calling (954) 946-4142 and hiring and tax attorney in Lighthouse point you can trust!

File on Time Even if You Can’t Pay

File on Time Even if You Can’t Pay
Do you owe more tax than you can afford to pay when you file? If so, don’t fail to take action. Make sure to file on time. That way you won’t have a penalty for filing late. Here is what to do if you can’t pay all your taxes by the due date.

  • File on time and pay as much as you can.  You should file on time to avoid a late filing penalty. Pay as much as you can with your tax return. The more you can pay on time, the less interest and late payment penalty charges you will owe.
  • Pay online with IRS Direct Pay.  IRS Direct Pay is the latest electronic payment option available from the IRS. It allows you to schedule payments online from your checking or savings account with no additional fee and with an immediate payment confirmation. It’s, secure, easy, and much quicker than mailing in a check or money order. To make a payment or to find out about your other options to pay, visit IRS.gov/payments.
  • Pay the rest of your tax as soon as you can.  If it is possible, get a loan or use a credit card to pay the balance. The interest and fees charged by a bank or credit card company may be less than the interest and penalties charged for late payment of tax. For debit or credit card options, visit IRS.gov.
  • Use the Online Payment Agreement tool.  You don’t need to wait for IRS to send you a bill to ask for an installment agreement. The best way is to use the Online Payment Agreement tool on IRS.gov. You can even set up a direct debit installment agreement. When you pay with a direct debit plan, you won’t have to write a check and mail it on time each month. And you won’t miss any payments that could mean more penalties. If you can’t use the IRS.gov tool, you can file Form 9465, Installment Agreement Request instead. You can view, download and print the form on IRS.gov/forms anytime.
  • Don’t ignore a tax bill.  If you get a bill, don’t ignore it. The IRS may take collection action if you ignore the bill. Contact the IRS right away to talk about your options. If you face a financial hardship, the IRS will work with you.

In short, remember to file on time. Pay as much as you can by the tax deadline. Pay the rest as soon as you can. Find out more about the IRS collection process on IRS.gov. Also check out IRSVideos.gov/OweTaxes.

5 Reasons to File Your Taxes Electronically

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If you still paper file your federal and state income tax returns, you are missing out on the benefits of electronically filing. Listed below are five reasons the IRS claims that electronic filing is superior. Reconsider your approach this year.

1. Accurate and easy.  IRS e-file is the best way to file an accurate tax return. The tax software that you use to e-file helps avoid mistakes by doing the math for you. It guides you every step of the way as you do your taxes. IRS e-file can also help with the new health care law tax provisions. The bottom line is that e-file is much easier than doing your taxes by hand and mailing paper tax forms.

When you paper file an income tax return, your numbers are keyboarded into the IRS system. The keyboard artist handling your return could very easily make some disastrous errors that could result in a tax liability that you really do not owe and which may take months to resolve. These errors could possibly cause your return to be flagged for audit.

2. Convenient options.  You can buy commercial tax software to e-file or ask your tax preparer to e-file your tax return. You can also e-file through IRS Free File, the free tax preparation and e-file program available only on IRS.gov. Filing is free if you earned less than $60,000. If your income was greater than that, you still qualify to use free-fillable forms.

You may qualify to have your taxes filed through the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) or Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs. In general, VITA offers free tax preparation and e-file if you earned $53,000 or less. TCE offers help primarily to people who are age 60 or older.

3. Safe and secure.  IRS e-file meets strict security guidelines. It uses secure encryption technology to protect your tax return. The IRS has safely and securely processed more than 1.3 billion e-filed tax returns from individuals since the program began.

I have never heard of a hacking incident of IRS data. In fact, mailing a return has a much higher risk of theft. Your name, address and social security numbers including those of your spouse and dependents are right there for any thief to acquire and use.

4. Faster refunds.  In most cases you get your refund faster when you e-file. That’s because there is nothing to mail and your return is virtually free of mistakes. Social security and name mismatches and other errors are immediately kicked out. Once you hit the button to e-file, be sure to periodically check the progress of the processing of your return. Some errors take 3-5 days to be detected and reported back to you.

The fastest way to get your refund is to combine e-file with direct deposit into your bank account. The IRS issues most refunds in less than 21 days. Early in the tax season, they can hit your bank account within 5 days! Beginning late February it begins to take longer. Last year, the average late season filing resulted in the direct deposit arriving within 10 days. But this year, with $900 million in budget cuts, it may take the IRS longer to process returns.

5. Payment flexibility.  If you owe taxes, you can e-file early and if you owe, you can set up an automatic payment on any day until the April 15 due date. You can pay electronically from your bank account. You can also pay by check, money order, debit or credit card. Visit IRS.gov/payments for more information.

Filing Fake Documents to Hide Income

Hiding taxable income by filing false Form 1099s or other fake documents is a scam that taxpayers should always avoid and guard against, the Internal Revenue Service said today. This scheme is one of those on the annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams for the 2015 filing season.

“The mere suggestion of falsifying documents to reduce tax bills or inflate tax refunds is a huge red flag when using a paid tax return preparer.” said IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. “People should watch out for this type of scam especially when someone else prepares their returns.”

Compiled annually, the “Dirty Dozen” lists a variety of common scams that taxpayers may encounter any time but many of these schemes peak during filing season as people prepare their returns or hire people to help with their taxes.

Illegal scams can lead to significant penalties and interest and possible criminal prosecution. IRS Criminal Investigation works closely with the Department of Justice (DOJ) to shutdown scams and prosecute the criminals behind them.

Falsely Claiming Zero Wages

Filing a phony information return, such as a Form 1099 or W-2, is an illegal way to lower the amount of taxes an individual owes. These scofflaws use self-prepared, “corrected” or otherwise bogus forms that improperly report taxable income as zero. The taxpayer may also submit a statement rebutting wages and taxes reported by a third-party payer to the IRS.

Taxpayers should resist any temptation to participate in any variations of this scheme. The IRS is well-aware of this scam, the courts have consistently rejected attempts to use this tax dodge and perpetrators have received significant penalties, imprisonment or both. Just filing this type of return may result in a $5,000 penalty.

Some people also attempt fraud using false Form 1099 refund claims. In some cases, individuals have made refund claims based on the bogus theory that the federal government maintains secret accounts for U.S. citizens and that taxpayers can gain access to the accounts by issuing 1099-OID forms to the IRS.

In this scam, the perpetrator files a fake information return to justify a false refund claim on a corresponding tax return. Again, the IRS is well-aware of this scam, the courts have consistently rejected attempts to use this tax dodge and perpetrators have received significant penalties, imprisonment or both.

Don’t fall prey to people who encourage you to claim deductions or credits to which you are not entitled. Do not allow others to use your information to file false returns. If you are a party to such schemes, you could be liable for financial penalties or even face criminal prosecution.

Most Recent Scams IRS-Impersonation Telephone Scam

An aggressive and sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, has been making the rounds throughout the country. Callers claim to be employees of the IRS, but are not. These con artists can sound convincing when they call. They use fake names and bogus IRS identification badge numbers. They may know a lot about their targets, and they usually alter the caller ID to make it look like the IRS is calling.

Victims are told they owe money to the IRS and it must be paid promptly through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. If the victim refuses to cooperate, they are then threatened with arrest, deportation or suspension of a business or driver’s license. In many cases, the caller becomes hostile and insulting.

Or, victims may be told they have a refund due to try to trick them into sharing private information.
If the phone isn’t answered, the scammers often leave an “urgent” callback request.
Note that the IRS will never: 1) call to demand immediate payment, nor will the agency call about taxes owed without first having mailed you a bill; 2) demand that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe; 3) require you to use a specific payment method for your taxes, such as a prepaid debit card; 4) ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone; or 5) threaten to bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you arrested for not paying.

For more details on this ongoing scam, see:
IR-2014-105, Scam Phone Calls Continue; IRS Unveils New Video to Warn Taxpayers
Special Edition Tax Tip 2014-18, Five Easy Ways to Spot a Scam Phone Call
IR-2014-84, Scam Phone Calls Continue; IRS Identifies Five Easy Ways to Spot Suspicious Calls
IR-2014-81, IRS Repeats Warning about Phone Scams
Special Edition Tax Tip 2014-17, IRS Updates Phone Scams Warning
IR-2014-53, IRS Reiterates Warning of Pervasive Telephone Scam
Special Edition Tax Tip 2014-10, IRS Renews Phone Scam Warning
IR-2013-84, IRS Warns of Pervasive Telephone Scam

Email Phishing Scam: “Update your IRS e-file”
The IRS has been alerted to a new email phishing scam. The emails appear to be from the IRS and include a link to a bogus web site intended to mirror the official IRS web site. These emails contain the direction “you are to update your IRS e-file immediately.” The emails mention USA.gov and IRSgov (without a dot between “IRS” and “gov”), though notably, not IRS.gov (with a dot). Don’t get scammed. These emails are not from the IRS.

Taxpayers who get these messages should not respond to the email or click on the links. Instead, they should forward the scam emails to the IRS at phishing@irs.gov. For more information, visit the IRS’s Report Phishing web page.
The IRS does not initiate contact with taxpayers by email to request personal or financial information.

Scam Phone Calls Continue; IRS Identifies Five Easy Ways to Spot Suspicious Calls

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service issued a consumer alert today providing taxpayers with additional tips to protect themselves from telephone scam artists calling and pretending to be with the IRS.

These callers may demand money or may say you have a refund due and try to trick you into sharing private information. These con artists can sound convincing when they call. They may know a lot about you, and they usually alter the caller ID to make it look like the IRS is calling. They use fake names and bogus IRS identification badge numbers. If you don’t answer, they often leave an “urgent” callback request.

“These telephone scams are being seen in every part of the country, and we urge people not to be deceived by these threatening phone calls,” IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said. “We have formal processes in place for people with tax issues. The IRS respects taxpayer rights, and these angry, shake-down calls are not how we do business.”

The IRS reminds people that they can know pretty easily when a supposed IRS caller is a fake. Here are five things the scammers often do but the IRS will not do. Any one of these five things is a tell-tale sign of a scam. The IRS will never:

1. Call you about taxes you owe without first mailing you an official notice.
2. Demand that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe.
3. Require you to use a specific payment method for your taxes, such as a prepaid debit card.
4. Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
5. Threaten to bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you arrested for not paying.

If you get a phone call from someone claiming to be from the IRS and asking for money, here’s what you should do:

  • If you know you owe taxes or think you might owe, call the IRS at 1.800.829.1040. The IRS workers can help you with a payment issue.
  • If you know you don’t owe taxes or have no reason to believe that you do, report the incident to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) at 1.800.366.4484 or at www.tigta.gov.
  • If you’ve been targeted by this scam, also contact the Federal Trade Commission and use their “FTC Complaint Assistant” at FTC.gov. Please add “IRS Telephone Scam” to the comments of your complaint.

Remember, too, the IRS does not use email, text messages or any social media to discuss your personal tax issue. For more information on reporting tax scams, go to www.irs.gov and type “scam” in the search box.

IRS May Expand Holds on Tax Refunds for Delinquent Taxpayers

The Internal Revenue Service is considering expanding a program under which it delays tax refunds for up to six months for delinquent taxpayers.

A new report released Tuesday by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration noted that the IRS has the authority to delay issuing income tax refunds for up to six months while it investigates tax return delinquencies from other tax years. Holding the tax refund encourages taxpayers to resolve their delinquent filing obligations earlier, the report noted.

In 2012, the Delinquent Return Refund Hold Program collected nearly $242 million, which was applied to balances due on delinquent returns. From 2008 to 2012, the program held an average of 156,422 tax refunds per year. During that same period, the program secured an average of 64,222 returns from taxpayers per year and coordinated with the IRS’s Automated Substitute for Return program to prepare and post an additional 117,895 substitute returns per year.

IRS management had earlier considered expanding the program by lowering the dollar threshold required to put a tax refund on hold. The exact amount of that threshold and where it would be expanded were redacted from the public version of the report. However, the IRS has not expanded the threshold because of limited resources.

Under one change proposed by the IRS in 2009 for reducing the tax gap and bringing more taxpayers into compliance, approximately 50,000 additional refund returns would have been included in the program that year, adding potential revenue of $21 million, or $105 million over a five-year period.

TIGTA pointed out those taxpayers who become compliant with their prior-period filing requirements could remain compliant in future years and reduce the need for additional enforcement resources in subsequent filing seasons. TIGTA also identified other opportunities for expansion.

In compiling the report, TIGTA reviewed two separate random samples of 30 taxpayer cases each in which a refund was held and the refund hold was either manually or systemically released. The results indicated that IRS employees properly followed procedures when working cases and when refund holds were released.

TIGTA compared delinquent return data for a population of refund hold cases with a certain dollar amount above the threshold criteria to a population of cases with a certain dollar amount below the threshold criteria (that is, refunds were not held for these cases). Analysis showed that 88 percent of delinquencies associated with the held refunds were subsequently resolved, compared with less than 1 percent of delinquencies associated with cases for which refunds were not held, thus indicating the value of the program in improving filing compliance.
TIGTA pointed out that the IRS has not established performance measures to evaluate the program’s primary goal of increasing taxpayer filing compliance. As a result, IRS management does not have complete information about how well the program is achieving its goal, or if it is an effective tool for improving taxpayer filing compliance over time.

TIGTA recommended that the IRS consider opportunities to expand the use of the program as resources become available and develop specific performance measures to compare the actual results with management’s goal to improve filing compliance.
In response to the report, IRS management agreed with both recommendations. However, the IRS did not commit to a specific corrective action plan to expand the program and agreed only to explore the development of performance measures, with implementation dependent on the availability of resources. The IRS has been struggling with a series of budget cutbacks in recent years that have forced it to rethink its allocation of resources.

“As you noted in your report, implementation of a lower dollar threshold or a change in the program exception criteria will require additional resources,” wrote Karen Schiller, commissioner of the IRS’s Small Business/Self-Employed division. “When those resources become available, we will consider lowering the dollar threshold and re-evaluating certain program exception criteria. However, with no certainty as to when those resources may become available, we are not able to predict what monetary benefits may be realized.”

TIGTA said it continues to believe that expansion of the program is important, as it represents an opportunity to increase both taxpayer filing compliance and revenue at a lower cost than traditional collection programs. In addition, until specific performance measures are implemented, TIGTA noted, IRS management will not have complete information about how well the program is achieving its goals.

Top Tax Relief Fraud Practices You Have To Be Acquainted

1. Non-Refundable Forthright Installments Without Any Certifications:
A standout amongst the most generally upheld by these organizations is that they charge cash forthright by guaranteeing a sort of come about that is very nearly incomprehensible and eccentric to accomplish at any expense.
These organizations by and large request that you focus on a vast entirety of cash forthright much before the examination or before the IRS side of the story are pulled.
These organizations are answerable for the sick advancement in the business as they center more on driving forthright income than really helping their customers.

2. Distorting Potential Results
The second controls records to the forceful sales representatives who attempt to reel in customers by faking stories about bargain settlements when in genuine just a handful of taxpayers meet all requirements for an offer in trade off (something like 25% to 33% of inquirers).
These principles organizations never let you know reality. Rather they lead you on and make you think you are, no doubt dealt with. At long last one fine day you get to realize that you didn’t fit the bill for the offer in trade off. They will put the fault on the IRS and evidence themselves to be clean and honest.
Comprehend that there are a various elements that IRS contemplates currently affirming an Offer in Bargain provision, for example, the taxpayer’s capacity to pay, pay, costs and holding value.
Thus, whenever when you need to manage another tax relief organization, above all else, make inquiries like does the organization make an intensive appraisal of the variables above? Do they underscore the significance of these capabilities? Do they make it clear that an Offer in Trade off is troublesome to get? On the off chance that you get a negative answer to all these inquiries, don’t approach them whatsoever.

3. Promoting Organizations Acting like Service Suppliers
You must have gone over a considerable measure of Organizations that publicize tax relief services. However as a general rule they don’t do anything and rather offer the client’s data to other service suppliers.
These organizations are talented enough to make the buyers conviction that they work specifically with the organization that handles advertising. Yet what they really do is that they offer your data to other service suppliers or outsourced autonomous foremen. The organizations doing the showcasing have no power over the nature of the item or the service levels given. The most noticeably bad situation is that they sign up a customer, with no expectation of overhauling the customer whatsoever.

4. The Outright Fraudsters
These are likewise sure firms who have out and out swindled and stole from their customers. Be cautious, as these organizations are, no doubt focused on and close around the Lawyer Commanders. Furthermore on the off chance that it happens, the deceitful organizations will select numerous customers into a system and gather their cash without giving sufficient services.
At the point when the organization faculties an excess of grievances or surprise shoppers, they change their name and begin the preying process once more.

What to Search For in the Right Type of Tax Relief Service

As you look for a tax relief service there are numerous many details that you need to contemplate. Getting the right service on your side is extremely essential. In the event that you commit any errors, you may end up managing the wrong organization. This can prompt a considerable measure of lost time and cash.

Here are a few things to search for in a tax relief service:

1. Experience: You need to hire a service that is accomplished. Along these lines you know beyond any doubt that they are on the whole correct from the begin, and fit to help you get the outcomes you seek. Some tax relief services have more experience than others. This is an address that you need to approach as you are hunting down the ideal result.

2. Don’t pay a retainer charge: With this, you are going to get charged, after a long time, until an agreement is arrived at with the IRS. As you can envision, this can drag out for a long time. In turn, you are paying cash actually when no advancement is, no doubt made. While you will need to pay for expert help, there is no motivation to do so on a “retainer” basis.

3. We can help you settle your obligation for pennies on the dollar. How frequently have you heard this? At the point when a tax relief service says this, they are referring to the Offer in Compromise program. Despite the fact that you may fit the bill for this, most individuals observe that they don’t. Whenever an organization says they can ensure you this, the time it now, time to search for help in an alternate spot.

4. Check with the Better Business Department before you do anything. In the event that you find that numerous other individuals have had issues with an organization, it probably makes sense to avoid them at all costs. You just need to work with a tax relief service that has an extraordinary notoriety for helping individuals in your circumstance.

5. Avoid companies that call you direct, before you connect with them. On the off chance that you have a lien against you, for instance, you may start to accept calls and letters from tax experts that claim to have the capacity to help. These organizations can hide their terrible notoriety by reaching powerless taxpayers. You would prefer not to fall prey to this sort of organization. Rather, you ought to be the one starting contact.

As you look for the right tax relief service you ought to think about the five subtle elements above, and additionally any others that are of significance to you. You will figure out soon enough that you can procure a qualified, accomplished firm on the off chance that you recognize what you are doing and are ready to take as much time as required.

Choosing the right service is much simpler in the event that you comprehend what you are searching for. The counsel above can go far in guaranteeing that you procure an organization that you are open to working with. There are numerous tax relief services out there. Make certain to settle on the right choice!

Tax Relief Services for South Florida

We provide IRS tax help, tax relief, tax resolution and IRS audit representation in the South Florida Metro area of Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah, Kendall, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Miramar, Coral Springs, Miami Gardens, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Miami Dade county and Broward county of Florida.
The IRS has identified many individual and business taxpayers who fail to file income tax returns (1040 for individuals and 1120 for corporations) and employment tax returns (940 and 941) and these taxpayers have effectively stopped paying federal taxes as a serious matter to the US tax administration and the American economy as a whole. The IRS is actively pursuing non-filers owing back taxes with aggressive enforcement of the tax laws by issuing record numbers of tax levies and tax liens.
Floridian taxpayers who do not respond to the IRS notices or simply refuse to comply with the tax laws end up being levied through their paychecks and bank accounts. For those individuals, who deliberately fail to comply with their tax obligation to file the required tax returns and pay the back taxes due and owing, that IRS Criminal Investigation devotes its investigative resources. In the most criminal cases, criminal prosecution is recommended to the United States Attorney’s office.
If you have not filed your past returns, you might need professional tax help. To avoid criminal charges and/or to add to the civil charges, it is important to file your unfiled tax returns even if it is late or you cannot pay the back taxes owed.
Our firm can assist you in getting compliant and resolving your back tax debt and help you organize your tax documents and getting you back in compliance with the law. Our job is to work with the IRS to reach a reasonable resolution. Back tax debt resulting from unfiled returns is a complicated process and you need a tax relief professional on your side that has the special expertise to resolve your tax matters once and for all.We are “A+ Rated” accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, and we are a nationwide tax relief service firm.Get tax relief today by calling 1 – (954) – 946 – 4142.

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TIGTA Audit concludes that IRS does not properly respond to taxpayer correspondence [Audit Report No. 2011-40-058]: IRS does not adhere to its self-imposed policy of providing quality and timely responses to taxpayers’ correspondence regarding tax issues, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) said in a recent audit. As described in the audit, the agency’s policy, which is contained in Policy Statement P-6-12, is to respond to a taxpayer within 30 calendar days or provide an update on the status of the response. The audit found that while most responses to tax issue inquiries were accurate, the timeliness of most responses was inadequate. Interim letters are often mailed when the 30-day deadline cannot be met, the audit noted. “However, none of the systemically issued interim letters provide taxpayers with any information specific to their accounts, and the content is not clear regarding what taxpayers need to do,” TIGTA said. The results of the audit were based on two statistical samples and one judgmental sample from three IRS functions. According to the audit, of 73 correspondence cases sampled from the Accounts Management function, just 14 taxpayers (or 19%) received timely and accurate responses. In the review of 48 correspondence cases sampled in the Automated Underreporter Program, every taxpayer received an accurate response, but only 27 (or 56%) received a timely response. In the third sample of 73 correspondence cases from the Field Assistance Office, just six taxpayers (or 8%) received timely and accurate responses. Auditors also found that required interim letters were not always issued. “Finally, the IRS is not following Policy Statement P-6-12 guidelines and has not implemented any measures or processes to monitor and evaluate Policy Statement P-6-12 correspondence to ensure taxpayers receive timely responses to their correspondence,” TIGTA said. The audit is available at http://www.treasury.gov/tigta/auditreports/2011reports/201140058fr.pdf.

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