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IRS Struggles To Identify Device Tax Noncompliance, Inspector General Says

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The revenue collected from the medical device excise tax is lower than originally estimated as the Internal Revenue Service struggles to accurately identify the full range of product sales that are taxable, according to an inspector general audit

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