Keep Whining, Bitches: Sniveling IRS Clown Says Budget Cuts are Stopping Them from Catching Tax Cheats

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 at 11:01 am
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These people really have a brass set, huh? They deliberately targeted Americans citizens and groups because of their political beliefs and we’re expected to have sympathy for them? Fuck you. We don’t believe people should cheat on their taxes, but for a group that intentionally inflicted misery upon Americans at the behest of Obama, whining like this won’t get you any sympathy.

If you’re going to cheat on your taxes, this is the year to do it.

Budget cuts forced the IRS to reduce the number of audits last year to the lowest level in a decade — and it could go down even more this year, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said Tuesday.

“The math is pretty simple,” Koskinen said in a speech to the New York State Bar Association. “There are fewer audits because we have fewer auditors. Audits fell in virtually every individual category and across income levels.”

Last year, the IRS audited 1.2 million individual tax returns.

Koskinen said the IRS is down more than 2,200 revenue agents since 2010.That’s less than 1 percent of the returns filed and the lowest rate since 2004.

Last year, a little more than 11,600 revenue agents examined returns, and Koskinen is warning that the number of agents will decline again this year.

Congress has cut the agency’s budget by $1.2 billion since 2010.

We still have not heard any testimony from that criminal Lois Lerner and this punk Koskinen has repeatedly lied to Congress. So yeah, fuck off.

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2 Responses to “Keep Whining, Bitches: Sniveling IRS Clown Says Budget Cuts are Stopping Them from Catching Tax Cheats”

  1. Darwin Akbar on 25/25/15 at 12:09 pm

    Let’ make it easy for them: the IRS already identified numerous employees who had cheated or simply not filed tax returns. Many were just re-hired. Audit THEM and make them pay fines and penalties as if they were normal citizens and subject to the laws of the United States. Then, check back with us.

  2. Robert What? on 2/02/15 at 12:37 am

    “you shouldn’t cheat on your taxes”

    Is it a moral imperative to tell the truth to a corrupt, lying government bureaucracy? Is not telling the truth to a corrupt bureaucrat “cheating”? You might as well ask if it “cheating” to lie to an armed robber. It might be foolhardy as you may get hurt, but hardly “cheating”.