The NRP audits are also more intense and less targeted than a typical audit, though the IRS maintains that they are much less intrusive than the unpopular Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program audits they replaced.
What does TCMP stand for?
TCMP stands for Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program
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- Tax Compliance Management Program
- Texas Coastal Management Plan
- TMD Countermeasure Mitigation Program
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- Trade Compliance Measurement Program (US Customs)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Even with the IRS again doing super audits (the old Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program designed to establish the norms for the DIF program), where every number on your return is subject to review, the odds are still in your favor that you won't be audited since, according to the IRS Manual's Audit Guidelines for Examiners, adequate evidence does not require complete documentation.
To NSA, the NRP harkens back to the days of the old Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program audits, the scars of which are still very fresh.
It replaces the highly controversial Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP), which eventually was terminated amid cost overruns and taxpayer complaints of intrusiveness.
The NRP is the resurrected Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP) audit, the grueling line-by-line examination of randomly selected tax returns.
The IRS recently defended its taxpayer compliance measurement program (TCMP) against congressional criticism that the program was not cost-effective.
The NRP replaces the notorious Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCPM).
A large chunk of this funding will be used to implement the Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP) for the 1995 tax year.