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Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Fri May 17, 2013 11:38 AM CDT


Tea Party Isn't Only IRS Victim

Mild-mannered CPA Andy Biebl has complained in past DTN columns about the increasing mischief he's observed in IRS audits of small business, leaving some small business owners with six-figure tax bills when they have 100% of the law on their side. No rabble-rouser, Biebl is a past president of the Minnesota Society of CPAs and a tax partner at CliftonLarsonAllen LLC in Minneapolis. In this guest editorial, he urges Congress to look at issues beyond Tea Party campaign bias when it puts IRS under the microscope:

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