Options to Improve Tax Compliance and Reform Tax ExpendituresBook - 2005
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Describes proposals to to reduce the size of the Federal tax gap by curtaling tax shelters, closing unintended loopholes, addressing other areas of noncompliance with current tax law, and reforming certain areas of tax expenditures. Each proposal includes a description of present law, reasons for change, a description of the proposed change and effective date, and a discussion of the issues raised by the proposal. The proposals are not ranked or presented in any order other than by subject-matter. The proposals contained in this report attempt to reduce noncompliance in several different ways. Some proposals address the problem requiring new compliance or reporting inititatives, revising aspects of hte law that have proven to be a source of taxpayer noncompliance, or increasing penalties. Other proposals address the problem by simplifing the law or making it more fair.
American taxpayers, tax and certified public accountants (CPAs), tax attorneys, and American businesses that handle payroll taxes for their employees may be interested in this volume. Additionally, students pursuing coursework about America's tax laws, tax shelters, and economic conditions relating to tax policies may find this volume beneficial.
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