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IRS collections from enforcement actions drop

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Budget cuts are hurting the Internal Revenue Service's ability to go after tax cheats, the agency's inspector general said Tuesday. Tax collections from enforcement actions dropped by 9 percent in the 2012 budget year, to a little more than $50 billion, said the report by J. Russell George, the Treasury inspector general for tax administration. It was the second year in a row...

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