Tax Notes Quotes Mark Matthews on IRS's Enforcement Efforts

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Mark E. Matthews talks to Tax Notes regarding how the IRS is able to maintain its increased enforcement efforts.  For the full article, please go to Tax Notes' website.

Excerpt taken from the article "CI Claims Growth of Identity Theft Enforcement Is Not Affecting IRS Criminal Tax Work," by Shamik Trivedi for Tax Notes

On the offshore enforcement front, Mark E. Matthews, a former CI chief now in private practice with Caplin and Drysdale, said the IRS maintains a database with millions of records and Bank Secrecy Act forms, including suspicious activity reports, currency transaction reports, reports from casinos, foreign bank account reporting forms, and Forms 8300, "Report of Cash Payments Over $10,000 Received in a Trade or Business."


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