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TIGTA gives Compliance Assurance Process positive marks but says user fees should be considered

Taxpayers in the US could have to pay to participate in the IRS’s Compliance Assurance Process (CAP) in the future, if a review by tax officials comes out in favour of charging user fees for the pre-filing programme that attempts to resolve any issues before a tax return is filed.

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