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The lab hasn’t determined whether the oil came from the BP spill. the acting NSF director,"I think there’s a lot ..688 the state paid to counties this year,g. pieces of artwork and shares of nonpublic companies) there is no readily available registry of valuation estimates And so taxpayers play what are called "transfer-pricing" games The Trumps simply played an especially extreme version The IRS catches transfer-pricing cheats sometimes: it imposes civil penalties on dozens of high-net-worth individuals and families each year for inaccurate estate and gift tax valuations But no doubt many more estate and gift tax under-valuations slip through the cracks Multinational corporations also understate the value of patents and other assets that they transfer to their offshore subsidies so that they can shift income from the United States to foreign jurisdictions with lower foreign tax rates Again sometimes the IRS nabs them but not always What can lawmakers do to stop this One response would be to fund the IRS adequately so that the agency can audit more of these transactions As a result of repeated budget cuts the IRSs workforce has plummeted from a peak of 116673 employees in 1992 to 76732 as of last year a drop of more than one third A severely understaffed IRS cannot carefully scrutinize all the returns it receives to ferret out inaccurate valuations That leads some taxpayers to play the "audit lottery": underreporting their tax liability and hoping they wont get caught But while more IRS agents and thus more audits might deter some egregious under-valuations this approach alone will never amount to more than a Band-Aid over a gaping wound Absent a dramatic increase in the IRSs size most valuations on tax returns will go unreviewed And simply expanding the scope of audit coverage isnt enough: according to the Times the IRS actually audited some of Fred Trumps gift tax returns and yet failed to flag the most fantastical claims Fortunately policymakers have other tools they can use to crack down on valuation games One way is to increase penalties In most cases the maximum penalty for taxpayers who grossly understate the value of assets on their income estate and gift tax returns is 40% of the resulting underpayment If the penalty were far higher than that (say 100%) then the consequences of losing the audit lottery would be more significant and so presumably fewer taxpayers would roll the dice Applying hefty penalties to attorneys accountants and appraisers who aid and abet valuation games would exert a further deterrent effect Congress also ought to look for outside-the-box solutions Imagine the following law: Any time a taxpayer wants to transfer an asset to a family member she first has to put the asset on the auction block for 30 days If a father tries to transfer a stake in an apartment building to his children and says that the stake is worth only $10000 for tax purposes lets make him put his money where his mouth is He should have to post a description of the asset on a public website and if anyone else wants to buy the asset from him for more than $10000 he should be required to accept their bid Call it the "crowd-sourcing" of tax enforcement Hedge funds and other investors would comb through the public website to identify undervalued assets and snap them up Some taxpayers still might try to transfer properties with low-ball price tags on the hope that they can hide the true value from investors as well as the IRS But future Fred Trumps would have to think twice before they do so because if they try to fool the IRS theyll run the risk that a savvy investor will swoop in and snag the asset for a bargain We could apply the same law to corporations transferring assets to affiliates abroad If they tell the IRS that a patent is worth only $1 million then lets make them sell the patent to any competitor who is willing to pay more than that The market solution wont make the transfer pricing problem go away entirely For one thing the approach works better for under-valuations than for overvaluations (ie, 2014. goes onto meat, rising just over 90 degrees. you lease it for two weeks or whatever.” The statement further extended the appreciation of Adoration Ministry worldwide to the Government of United States for their unbiased assessment.

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