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IRS and Audits

GUESTS: David Burnham Co-director, Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, Syracuse University Kathy Burlison, EA Manager of Tax Operations & field training at H & R Block Senator Charles Grassley Republican Senator from Iowa Chair, Senate Finance Committee It's tax time and getting audited by the Internal Revenue Service is everyone's worst nightmare. But YOUR risk may be less than you think. The IRS says it's conducting fewer individual tax return audits partly because it has fewer employees ...and because more people are filing tax returns. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at how the IRS decides who to audit.

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