The head of the IRS’s small business unit said his division expects to move from focusing on audits of small corporations to partnerships.

a speech at the American Institute of CPAs’ National Tax Conference in Washington, D.C., last week, Faris Fink, the commissioner in charge of the IRS’s Small Business/Self-Employed Division reportedly told attendees that his unit would make a top priority of auditing the tax returns of partnerships and other pass-through entities. “The Service has for a long time focused its energy on corporations,” he said, according to Bloomberg’s Lydia Beyoud. “Frankly, we’re a little bit behind the curve in getting around to developing a partnership strategy.”

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