Internal Revenue Service officials announced this week that they have updated their 2001 tax gap estimates to $345 billion, and they say the complex tax code may be to blame for the disparity. The tax gap is the difference between what taxpayers should have paid and what they actually paid. The updated estimate of $345 billion falls at the high end of the $312 billion to $353 billion annual tax gap range.
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