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The IRS Scandal, Day 722

Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, Status of Actions Taken to Improve the Processing of Tax?Exempt Applications Involving Political Campaign Intervention: In a prior audit, TIGTA found that ineffective management resulted in 1) inappropriate criteria being used to identify for review organizations applying for tax-exempt status based on names and...

TIGTA Report On IRS Exempt Process - End Of The Beginning?

VideoIf you are weary of the interminable, never ending IRS scandal - now on Day 721 by the TaxProf count -, you may see a glimmer of hope in the report released today by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. The report is titled Status of Actions Taken to Improve the [...]

IRS Partnership Adjustments In Millions May Produce No Tax

You would think that if a partnership was audited and there was an income adjustment in the millions, that would be really bad news for the partners, but a report just released by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) indicates that such an adjustment might have no effect at [...]

The IRS Scandal, Day 721

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has informed a Senate committee that it has found 6,400 emails from Lois Lerner that have never before been turned over to Congress. American Thinker, Lois Lerner's Emails Recovered CNN, IRS Watchdog Finds 6,400 Missing Lois Lerner Emails Fiscal Times, Found! 6,400 New...

IRS Issues Statement On Discovery Of Lerner Emails

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has reported the discovery of thousands more of those "missing" Lerner emails. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released a statement in response.

Lois Lerner E-mails Have Been Found, Watchdog Says

As Fox News reported: “The Treasury’s Inspector General for Tax Administration notified the Senate Finance Committee Tuesday that they have recovered thousands of Lois Lerner emails that were not previously produced to Congress, committee members told Fox News.” “The inspector general recovered approximately 6,400 Lerner emails and will carefully examine them as part of the […]

Thousands More "Missing" Lois Lerner Emails Have Been Found

According to a report in The Hill, the Treasury’s inspector general for tax administration has found thousands of former IRS official Lois...

Thousands More Of Those ‘Missing’ Lerner Emails Reportedly Found

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) says it has found thousands more of those "missing" Lerner emails - including, it believes, those that were previously not turned over to Congress.

The IRS Scandal, Day 709

Letter From Charles Grassley (Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee) to Sally Yates (Acting Deputy Attorney General) and J. Russell George (Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration) (Apr. 15, 2015): I am writing in regard to the ongoing criminal investigation into the alleged misconduct by Internal Revenue Service personnel, including Ms. Lois...

The IRS Scandal, Day 700

Philip T. Hackney (LSU), Should the IRS Never 'Target' Taxpayers? An Examination of the IRS Tea Party Affair, 49 Val. U. L. Rev. ___ (2015): In 2013, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration faulted the Internal Revenue Service for the appearance of impartiality because it used names and policy...

Protect Your Tax Refund from Identity Thieves

Everyone needs to be protected from identity thieves.  Last year, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) estimated that $24.4 billion was attempted to be stolen by identity thieves.  A significant proportion of that amount was successfully stolen.  In... The post Protect Your Tax Refund from Identity Thieves appeared first on.

Senate Democrats Vote to Pay Cash Benefits to Illegal Immigrants

(John Hinderaker) The Treasury Department Inspector General for Tax Administration has repeatedly warned that illegal immigrants are collecting billion of dollars in refundable tax credits to which they are not legally entitled. This...Show More Summary

Protect Your Tax Refund from Identity Thieves

Everyone needs to be protected from identity thieves. Last year, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) estimated that $24.4 billion was attempted to be stolen by identity thieves. A significant proportion of that amount was successfully stolen. Show More Summary

What to Do if Your Tax Refund is Stolen

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) reports a total of 1.6 million victims of identity theft in the first half of 2013, compared to just 271,000 for the whole of 2010.  In monetary terms, the 2013 payout ofShow More Summary

Investigators probing for criminal activity with Lois Lerner’s missing emails

Federal investigators are looking for possible criminal activity in connection with the missing emails of a central figure in the Internal Revenue service’s targeting scandal. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration testified...Show More Summary

TIGTA: IRS Rehired Hundreds of Former Employees With Performance Issues, Including Failing to File Tax Returns

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration yesterday released Additional Consideration of Prior Conduct and Performance Issues Is Needed When Hiring Former Employees (2015-10-006): Between January 2010 and September 2013, IRS records show that the IRS hired more than 7,000 former employees (78 percent were temporary or seasonal positions). Most...

The Earned Income Tax Credit Still Faces High Error Rate

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration released a report on Earned Income Tax Credit Compliance. According to the report, the credit still faces a higher error rate. “The IRS’s Fiscal Year 2013 EITC improper payment report...Show More Summary

TIGTA: IRS Made $14.5 Billion in Erroneous of EITC Payments in 2013, a 24% Error Rate

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has released The Internal Revenue Service Is Working Toward Compliance With Executive Order 13520 Reporting Requirements (2015-40-009): Although the IRS has reported an overall decline in the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) improper payment rate since Fiscal Year 2003, the amount of payments...

The IRS Scandal, Day 613

CNN, IRS Scandal Fast Facts: Here’s some background information about the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) scandal involving the targeting of certain groups. In May 2013, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration released a report indicating the targeting involved delaying the processing of applications by certain conservative groups and requesting...

Treasury Report: Improper Payments Remain a Problem in EITC, Child Credit

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) this week released yet another report on the issue of improper payments in refundable tax credits. Improper payments are any sort of payment made by the IRS in error – whether from an honest mistake or from deliberate fraud by the tax filer. Show More Summary

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