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February 6, 2023

The IRS Did the Exact Opposite of What Chuck Grassley Wanted

“These changes appear to be limiting the scope of whistleblowers and the type of recoveries that would be eligible for an award. The fewer people eligible for rewards, the fewer people coming forward with information that might check out as tax fraud.”

~ Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA), wants more whistleblowers to get paid.

“These changes appear to be limiting the scope of whistleblowers and the type of recoveries that would be eligible for an award. The fewer people eligible for rewards, the fewer people coming forward with information that might check out as tax fraud.”

~ Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA), wants more whistleblowers to get paid.

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