How the IRS Should Spend Its $80 Billion Windfall

Something is wrong with the Internal Revenue Service, as illustrated by the excitement over the provision of $80 billion in the Inflation Reduction Act. About 57% of the money is spent on “enforcement,” while less than 4% goes on “taxpayer service,” the Congressional Research Service estimates.

The bill turns his priorities upside down. The agency is called Internal Revenue Service, and the service was neglected. How the IRS Should Spend Its $80 Billion Windfall

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