The Internal Revenue Service failed to give the House Small Business Committee requested documents on how the agency treats smaller companies by the requested date of June 17, the committee said Tuesday.
Danny Werfel, the acting head of the IRS, told Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.), the chairman of the Small Business panel, that the agency would try to get the documents to the committee within another 15 days.
Graves had asked the IRS last month what percentage of small businesses received audits from the agency, and for information on why the IRS might come to notice small businesses.
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