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Is the IRS Wealth Squad After You? Here Are Some Triggers

, Daily Business Review

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The IRS doesn't want rich people to feel left out. The agency has a special Wealth Squad to deal with all the sticky tax issues of the 1 percent, writes accountant Stanley Foodman.

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  • V.I. Lenin

    The IRS‘s Commie AntiWealth Squad has just over a week to live. Then it‘ll ironically suffer its own Stalinist execution.

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