Insights Into Finance

May 07, 2021  
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Democratic Congressman John Sarbanes says that's made it harder for the agency to keep tabs on wealthy people who try to avoid paying taxes. JOHN SARBANES: The rich get richer. High-end tax cheats get away with not paying their taxes. Meanwhile, those average Americans out there who play by the rules - they're the ones that are getting short shrift here. HORSLEY: University of Pennsylvania law professor Natasha Sarin says it's hard for ordinary wage-earners to cheat the government because their taxes are automatically deducted from their paychecks. Rich people, on the other hand, have more ways to hide their income and lowball their tax bill. NATASHA SARIN: There are one set of rules for regular people, and then there's a second set for those who are wealthy and accrue income in more opaque ways. You have the opportunity to skirt what you owe. HORSLEY: When the rich are challenged by the tax collector, Sarin says they often fight back with an army of high-priced lawyers and accountants. SARIN: In that sort of David and Goliath kind of battle, the IRS as it stands is just outmatched. HORSLEY: No surprise, then, as its budget has declined, the IRS has steadily reduced the attention it pays to taxpayers making more than $10 million a year. A decade ago, nearly 1 in 4 of those ultrarich taxpayers was audited. By 2017, that rate had dropped to 1 in 38. Even President Trump has now proposed boosting the IRS budget. Tony Reardon, who heads the union representing IRS workers, says every additional dollar spent on enforcement would boost tax collections by at least $3. TONY REARDON: It's not just about collecting more revenue. It's also about making sure the American people believe the IRS is enforcing the tax code fairly. HORSLEY: In that Forbes column four years ago, the future IRS commissioner agreed wealthy taxpayers should face more scrutiny not because of politics, Rettig wrote, but because that's where the money is. (SOUNDBITE OF COLLEGE'S "UN LONG SOMMEIL") Copyright © 2020 NPR. All rights reserved. Visit our website terms of use and permissions pages at for further information.

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