Corporate Tax Prosecutions Down; Feds Predict Rise

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An independent analysis of Internal Revenue Service data shows that tax enforcement has fallen steadily under President Bush, with fewer audits, fewer penalties, fewer prosecutions, and virtually no effort to prosecute corporate tax crimes, the New York Times reports. The audit rate for the 11,200 largest corporations, which pay nearly all corporate income taxes, has
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