A new study by the IRS Oversight Board found that 14 percent of people admitted they thought it was ok to cheat on taxes. While only 8 percent admitted they thought it was ok to cheat “as much as possible” on your taxes, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) reminds these citizens they’re in for a harsh surprise. Although few people undergo a full audit, the IRS almost always gets their due.
PICPA members can inform your audience about
- What steps they can take to rectify earlier taxes
- Common penalties for tax fraud
- Legitimate ways to save money on your taxes
For more information or to schedule an interview with a local CPA, contact Jacqueline Barnard at (267) 675-6255 or email@example.com.