A recent audit of the IRS Criminal Investigations (CI) unit looked at spending for undercover confidential operations. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) audit showed $1.3 million was spent in fiscal year 2018 to carry out undercover operations. Most travel spending was found to be well documented, but TIGTA wants to see procedures tightened up by requiring prior approval when travel costs exceed ordinary levels, such as for luxury rental cars. Also, many travel vouchers identified undercover agents by name, which “raised concerns that either agent safety was potentially compromised” or that the funds were spent unnecessarily. Here’s more: https://bit.ly/2LOXBq7 Call or visit our website for more information!  www.mjscpa.com/