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The expiring Trump tax cuts next year mean an opportunity for the big-ticket groups around Washington to press their tax priorities.

CBO: IRS cuts would slash revenue by $44B

Slashing $20 billion in IRS funding for tax enforcement would cost the federal government $44 billion in revenue over the next decade, according to a new Congressional Budget Office analysis.

The report, requested by Senate Budget Committee Chair Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.), put the cost of cutting IRS funds higher than an estimate released last year.

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