Where the IRS audits more:https://t.co/SuSwyHjHCZ
Note that it is almost the inverse of the per capita income per county. pic.twitter.com/4Jak2KqT3o
— John Robb (@johnrobb) August 9, 2022
Humphreys County, Mississippi, seems like an odd place for the IRS to go hunting for tax cheats. It’s a rural county in the Mississippi Delta known for its catfish farms, and more than a third of its mostly African American residents are below the poverty line. But according to a new study, it is the most heavily audited county in America. Via Propublica.