TAX COMPLIANCE: Federal Grant and Direct Assistance Recipients Who Abuse the Federal Tax System

Kutz, Gregory D.
December 2007
GAO Reports;12/17/2007, preceding pi
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The article focuses on the criminal acts of direct assistance recipients to the federal tax systems as investigated by U.S. Government Accountability Office. It determines the magnitude of taxes owned, provides examples of grant recipients abusive activity and assess efforts to prevent deliquent taxpayers from participating. It recommends that the Internal Revenue System must assess the need of federal agencies to conduct inquiries into the tax debt status of applicants for proper action.


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