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The Internal Revenue Service is committed to ensuring civil penalties are imposed in a fair, consistent and efficient manner. This includes application of penalties that are comprehensible and effective in promoting voluntary compliance.

We invite you to share your comments regarding ways to improve the Civil Penalties Program. Specifically, we are requesting your assistance in determining barriers and soliciting recommendations for an enhanced penalty strategy that achieves the following desired states:

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Your recommendations will be used to address weaknesses in the current program and design a uniform approach to penalty administration.

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