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Audit: District missed out on $6.5 million windfall

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The District didn't collect $6.5 million in tax penalties because its chief financial officer refused to enforce a D.C. law tied to electronic-filing requirements for certain businesses, the city's inspector general has found. Businesses facing a tax tab of more than $10,000 are required to file returns and pay electronically, and violators are subject to a penalty equal to 10 percent of their...

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