US president Biden seeks $80bn for IRS to crack down on tax evasion

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President Joe Biden wants to give the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) an extra $80bn to help the agency crack down on tax evaders. This would be earmarked for US tax collections that would help pay for his plan to bolster childcare, universal pre-kindergarten education and paid leave for workers, the New York Times reported on 27 April. The Democratic president's proposal to boost the Internal Revenue Service's budget over 10 years would help the agency curb tax evasion through audits...

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