Experts Suggest the IRS Is Deliberately Targeting Small Businesses
Small businesses in the United States create more jobs than any other sector in our economy. Yet according to tax data from recent years, businesses with the lowest levels of income ($200,000–$400,000) get audited most frequently.
While the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tells the public that they keep their small business auditing practices random through a complicated and secret algorithm, many business owners feel that they’re being deliberately targeted for audits, and at least one expert agrees. Read more