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12% of tax filers admit to cheating on their taxes.
And if you do it can come back to haunt you in the form of an audit.
What really tell lessened that likelihood is to look like other tax -- in your income bracket don't take more of deductions or credits than you're entitled to.
-- -- -- you're entitled to but don't go overboard.
And don't under report your income -- from the biggest triggers for not.
Errors rarely lead to a full audit still double check your math before you send in your return.
And if you receive a letter from the IRS saying you owe money.
Check your numbers first sometimes an IRS employee -- one of your numbers or the number is -- into the IRS computer system incorrectly.
And never bragged about how you what one over on the IRS especially on line.
The IRS has been successfully trolling sites like FaceBook to -- I'm reported income and tax cheats.
That's today's tax -- I'm Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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