IRS Informants Don’t Get Paid

Written by Gary North on June 26, 2012

In 2006, a law was signed that enabled the Internal Revenue Service to pay informants up to 30% of the unpaid taxes owed by an individual or a firm. The goal, obviously, was to increase revenues. People are afraid of being exposed. Whistleblowers (“snitches”) increase the likelihood of exposure. The snitches snitched. The IRS did […]

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