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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

IRS Chief Zeroes In On Wealthy Tax Cheats

IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel has a message for high-wealth tax cheats who are incorrectly deducting private jet travel and otherwise evading their taxes: Pay your fair share so that "others aren’t shouldering the burden of funding our government."


The IRS is poised to expand its pursuit of high-wealth tax evaders with new initiatives in the coming months.



He also has advice for ordinary taxpayers procrastinating with less than a month left in tax-filing season: "Get it done." And double-check your work, as reported by Fatima Hussein for the Associated Press (AP).


All the news: Business man in suit and tie smiling and reading a newspaper near the financial district.

Werfel, who will mark his one-year anniversary at the helm of the IRS in April, stated in a wide-ranging interview with The Associated Press that the agency will expand its pursuit of high-wealth tax evaders with new initiatives in the coming months.


They are utilizing tools like artificial intelligence to uncover abuses and are actively combating sophisticated scammers.




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