According to a new Rasmussen Poll, nearly a quarter of Americans are worried that they may get audited by the Internal Revenue Service. That number is up almost 10% over last year.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 23% of American Adults are at least somewhat concerned that the Internal Revenue Service will audit their taxes this year, with seven percent (7%) who are Very Concerned. That’s up significantly from 14% and three percent (3%) respectively last year and the highest level of concern in 10 years of regular surveying.
Still, most (72%) are not concerned about getting audited. But that’s down from 83% last year and includes only 27% who are Not At All Concerned.
That’s a pretty significant jump in a short period of time, it does make me wonder what sparked the sudden fear. Maybe now is the time for that tax reform we’ve been promised.
The post More Americans Worried About an IRS Audit than Ever Before appeared first on RedState.