IRS Opens the Door Wider to Whistleblowers. Exposing Misconduct.

IRS Opens the Door Wider to Whistleblowers

March 26, 2018

Few words strike more fear in Americans than IRS audit. But now, a new law arms IRS agents with more ammunition in its pursuit for underreported income and illegal activity as the IRS takes a giant step to embracing and rewarding whistleblowers who provide the IRS with valuable information.

Recently, there has been a significant development that substantially impacts IRS whistleblower claims. After years of ambiguity and uncertainty, a new law has cleared the way for tax whistleblowers to finally get paid top dollar for original information provided to the IRS.

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