TCMP

(redirected from Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program)
AcronymDefinition
TCMPthe Core Media Player
TCMPTaxpayer Compliance Measurement Program
TCMPTMD Critical Measurements Program
TCMP2-chloro-6-(trichloro-methyl) pyridine
TCMPTexas Coastal Management Plan
TCMPTransportation Control and Movement Plan
TCMPTrade Compliance Measurement Program (US Customs)
TCMPTMD Countermeasure Mitigation Program
TCMPTax Compliance Management Program
TCMPTrance-Consciousness Messaging Protocol (comic)
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A large chunk of this funding will be used to implement the Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP) for the 1995 tax year.
NRP is very different from its predecessor, the Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program.
Although only 13% of taxpayers are sole proprietors, they accounted for an estimated 40% of underreported total income by individuals in the 1988 IRS Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP)--the IRS's most recent TCMP data.
Since Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program examinations have been suspended indefinitely, the Service has been forced to use alternative methods to update the Discriminate Information Function scoring system.
The IRS also in changing its Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP)--the major IRS compliance measurement program--through which audit selection criteria are set.
Last year's update article(2) discussed the IRS's proposed plan to conduct Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP) audits on 12,500 1994 S returns nationwide.
In January, it was reported the Internal Revenue Service was going to scale back its use of taxpayer compliance measurement program (TCMP) audits.
In mid-October, the IRS decided to delay indefinitely the start of its Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP) audits.
Of the various audit types used by the IRS, the Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP) audit, in which taxpayers are picked randomly without regard to what they have claimed on their returns, has the reputation for being the most intensive--and the most burdensome to the taxpayer.
Beginning in December 1995, the IRS will be conducting Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program audits on 12,500 1994 S returns nationwide.
The standards used in developing these formulas are based on the results of examinations from previous years, particularly the results of the Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program (TCMP).
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