The IRS is planning to resume home visits to high-income people suspected of avoiding taxes after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
IRS agents since February have followed up with high-income individuals who earned at least $100,000 but failed to file income tax returns.
The pandemic temporarily halted some efforts, but the agency plans to resume and expand them once the health crisis rescinds, IRS officials say.
The IRS makes contact with non-filers before taking harsher action such as initiating a criminal or civil case. Learn more.