A recent analysis by House Republicans estimates that individuals earning an annual income of $75,000 or less would face close to 711,000 additional IRS audits. In addition, Americans earning more than $1 million would receive more than 52,000 audits.
A March 2022 study by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University discovered that low-income households making less than $25,000 are five times as likely to be audited by the IRS as everyone else.
“With this added force, I imagine it will be like the Wild Wild West. Taxpayers and small businesses should expect the IRS to be much more aggressive, by way of audits and other methods, in collecting tax money owed in the coming weeks, months, years,” Scott Curley, the CEO and co-founder of FinishLine Tax Solutions, told The Epoch Times.