The IRS’s decision to destroy 30 million information returns reveals the inadequacy of our income-based tax system.
As the Internal Revenue Service struggled to dig out of the backlog of millions of unprocessed tax documents and incoming correspondence last year, it stumbled on a potential solution to the problem. Why not just destroy the returns that can’t be processed? As crazy as that sounds, it’s exactly what the agency did.
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