Cheating On Your Taxes

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(Washington, D.C.) Most people say it’s not okay to cheat on your taxes, but you might be surprised how many say it’s perfectly fine.

A recent poll by the IRS Oversight Board shows a majority of taxpayers wouldn’t even think of cheating on taxes.

But some people say it’s okay to under report income, claim fake deductions and even inflate credits.

In fact, when asked how acceptable it is to cheat, 12% of those surveyed say “as much as possible.”

If you do cheat and get caught, be ready to dish out a big fine if you’re caught.

You could even face prison time.

1 Comment

  • Magilla Gorilla

    Considering my taxes go to garbage programs, illegal immigrants, and EBT welfare abusers, I don’t care if you cheat on your taxes.

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