IRS gets ready to use high-tech tools on middle-income taxpayers

05/2/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

The Internal Revenue Service's high-tech tools to find tax cheats are largely pulling in low- and middle-income taxpayers. Robo-audits, for example, have mostly netted fraudulent earned income tax credit claims. That may change as the IRS deploys more sophisticated tools, such as data-matching and pattern-recognition technology, that will target higher-income households and small businesses that itemize deductions.

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