Not really. Auditing individuals is largely done on a computerized basis. Specific deductions are searched for and flagged for review. You act like people are individually going through 1040s. That doesn't happen. The programs search for specific information, such as reporting sales of real estate and no matching real estate income. Auditing businesses who operate increasingly on cash basis is far more difficult as you literally have to audit inventory. Tell me how having to send out legions of auditors to physically count inventory is EASIER then having a computer scan for specific flaggable deductions.Nobody said anything about "easy".
We've been saying auditing a business is easier than auditing a bazillion individuals.
Too bad you are doing the same thing.Since you don't wish to discuss what we say, why are you bothering to post?