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Coming Soon: IRS Audits of Complex Partnerships

January 10, 2023

With an $80 billion increase in funding for IRS enforcement, IRS is expected to expand its existing programs that examine large, complex partnerships, focusing on issues such as partnership transactions, partners' tax basis, and limited partners' self-employment tax exceptions. Learn more about the operation by reading this article by Skadden Arps attorneys.

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