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IRS to Resume House Visits to Suspected Tax Cheats Post-Pandemic

  • Tax agents will contact non-filers who earn at least $100,000
  • Agency is increasing new investigations after years of decline

Internal Revenue Service agents will resume knocking on doors of suspected high-income tax avoiders after the coronavirus pandemic passes, two agency officials said Monday.

“We’ll come knocking and asking,” said James Robnett, deputy chief of IRS Criminal Investigation. “Even more, we will be knocking on doors in the coming months to make sure these high-income non-filers comply.”