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Tax Time: How Much Do You Cheat?

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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?

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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.

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

Randay Cohen, ethicist for The New York Times

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