Auditing was fair to small businesses, IRS chief says

There's no reason to think that certain small businesses were unfairly targeted by the IRS' auditing procedures, according to Daniel Werfel, the agency's acting commissioner. Speaking before the House Small Business Committee, Werfel explained that the IRS uses a computer program to look for warning signs when deciding which returns to audit. It also uses a random process to pick other returns for auditing. Neither industry nor geographic location increased a small business' chances of being audited, he said.

View Full Article in:

Inc. online (free registration) · Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Published in Briefs:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Business

Job Title Company Location
Manager, Technical Staffing
U.S. Cellular
Chicago, IL
Human Resource Director
Salt Lake City, UT
Vice-President of Global Sales
Lindsay Corporation
Hartland, WI
Chief Operations Officer
Delta Community Supports
Blue Bell, PA
Administrative Management Specialist
Smithsonian Institute
Washington, DC