Tax Time: How Much Do You Cheat? The IRS estimates that unpaid taxes from individuals make up 70 percent of the tax shortfall each year. Guests talk about why tax cheating is on the rise.
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Tax Time: How Much Do You Cheat?

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Tax Time: How Much Do You Cheat?

Tax Time: How Much Do You Cheat?

Tax Time: How Much Do You Cheat?

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The IRS estimates that unpaid taxes from individuals make up 70 percent of the tax shortfall each year. Guests talk about why tax cheating is on the rise.

Guests:

David Cay Johnston, covers tax policy for The New York Times

Randay Cohen, ethicist for The New York Times