IRS Funding Cuts Encourages Tax Evasion, Fraud, and Poor-Quality Service

By: Robert Bryson A well-funded IRS discourages fraud, ensures companies compete under the same rules, and provides quality information and service to worried taxpayers. Since 2008, the IRS budget has declined 20% from approximately $14 billion to $11.135 billion.[1] In that time, personnel levels have dropped 20% while the IRS has contended with a 9% … Continue reading IRS Funding Cuts Encourages Tax Evasion, Fraud, and Poor-Quality Service

The PIAC Plan: How to Provide Funding for Homelessness

By:  Ridgeway Woulfe Homelessness is an issue which is troublingly affecting all parts of San Diego’s political system at the moment.  Special meetings and discussion forums are held, tent cities are erected, and city sidewalks are bleached.  Many concerns are voiced about a city’s ability to address homelessness. One concern, however, stands out amongst the … Continue reading The PIAC Plan: How to Provide Funding for Homelessness