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IRS requests more money.

The IRS's proposed budget for fiscal 1993 - $7.24 billion - is $562.3 million (8.4%) more than the 1992 budget.

Here are some of the programs the extra money is intended to be spent on:

* More than half is intended for modernization efforts.

* About $29 million is for a five-year program to collect delinquent accounts and to increase audits of high-income individuals and large corporations.

* Another $9.5 million is to investigate drug-related and other crimes.

The proposed budget also projects the IRS will be able to cut 414 people from its staff.
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Title Annotation:fiscal year 1993 budget
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Apr 1, 1992
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