Audits on the horizon with infusion of IRS funding (7:07)

Kevin Brown
Monday, August 29, 2022

The IRS is getting an $80 billion infusion of funds, which is expected to raise $204 billion in revenue for the government over the next 10 years. Kevin Brown discusses how that money will be spent and implications for taxpayers and the volume of future audits.

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Kevin Brown, PwC’s Tax Controversy & Regulatory Services Practice Leader
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