By Jerry Moran, USA Today
This week, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told Congress that simplifying the tax code would significantly reduce costs to the government. Despite possible savings, some are suggesting more spending to patch the status quo, for which the agency requested a budget increase of $530 million this year.
You don’t need an accountant to do the math on this one: Instead of spending millions in an attempt to fix the IRS, we should abolish the agency through comprehensive tax reform.
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