Senate Report Finds IRS Agents Living Large on the Public’s Dime | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Senate Report Finds IRS Agents Living Large on the Public’s Dime

The Senate Finance Committee has released a report detailing the long-term travel costs for IRS employees in 2015. For just 27 workers, the IRS spent more than $1.4 million on “luxury” hotels and apartments and high-end car services. According to the report, these employees traveled 125 business days or more, and “the average cost of each trip was approximately $52,800 with an average trip length of 207 days.”

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Senate Report Finds IRS Agents Living Large on the Public’s Dime

(*I thought that was the purpose of taxation , to make those IRS cats FAT ! )

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