By Thomas M Porcano
"Advances in Taxation" publishes articles facing all features of taxation. Articles can handle tax coverage concerns on the federal, kingdom, neighborhood, or foreign point. The sequence essentially publishes empirical stories that tackle compliance, laptop utilization, schooling, felony, making plans, or coverage concerns. those reports in most cases contain interdisciplinary study that comes with theories from accounting, economics, finance, psychology, and sociology.
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This contributes to increased taxpayer non-compliance and tax administration problems. This article presents an examination of major GAO reports on the IRS from 2002 for central themes and issues within the current environment. It also extends the work of Harmelink and VanDenburgh (2002), which presented an opposing view to the Hite (2002) study. The present article, in direct contrast, is a broad-based Tax Administration Problems 45 Table 1. Search of GAO Site for 2002 for the Title Terms: Internal Revenue Service or IRS.