If the Internal Revenue Service gets its way, Las Vegas’ new marketing pitch will be ‘What happens in Vegas… better be reflected on your 1040 form.” The IRS is effectively deputizing Las Vegas casino workers, requesting that they keep their eyes peeled for ‘suspicious’ activity by gamblers, in the name of cracking down on money launderers and such. We’re sure that it will be entirely coincidental if casino workers who reject the IRS ‘request’ subsequently find themselves enduring an enema-like audit. Read more.
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