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INSIGHT: Destined for the Courtroom — Illinois Audit Program Won’t Stop Sales Tax Litigation
Posted on 14 Sep 2020 by Eversheds Sutherland LLP

The Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR) recently announced an expansion of its audit resolution program as it braces for a wave of litigation over amendments to the state’s marketplace facilitator law. The department expands its Audit Fast Track Resolution... Read More

Podcast: Multistate Tax Commission Audits
Posted on 30 Mar 2020 by Eversheds Sutherland LLP

This podcast provides an overview of Multistate Tax Commission income tax audits. It discusses: The MTC audit selection process MTC audit statistics Strategies and considerations for MTC audits Listen now:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/agrainofsalt... Read More

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The Scariest Tax Form? Scary Is in the Eye of the Beholder
Posted on 18 Mar 2014 by Jack Townsend

Robert Wood has a timely reminder that certain forms, if not filed or filed properly, can create major statute of limitations problems for U.S. taxpayers. Robert W. Wood, Scariest Tax Form? Skip It, And IRS Can Audit Forever (Forbes 3/l3/14), here . The... Read More

The Taxman Cometh: IRS Audit Focus on Middle Market Companies
Posted on 5 Apr 2012 by Asbury Law Firm

In a recent speech at the mid-year conference of the Tax Executives Institute, IRS Deputy Commissioner Steven T. Miller laid out the framework for the future of IRS corporate audits. To borrow Mr. Miller's own assessment, this is bad news for large... Read More

IRS Challenged for Allocation of Audit Resource
Posted on 14 Apr 2010 by Sean Craig

As reported in Tax Analysts , the Syracuse University's Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) report of April 12 faulted the the IRS for committing less audit resources to large corporations, while IRS representatives countered by saying... Read More

The Taxman Cometh: IRS Audit Focus on Middle Market Companies
Posted on 5 Apr 2012 by Asbury Law Firm

In a recent speech at the mid-year conference of the Tax Executives Institute, IRS Deputy Commissioner Steven T. Miller laid out the framework for the future of IRS corporate audits. To borrow Mr. Miller's own assessment, this is bad news for large... Read More