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  • v. Present participle of underreport.

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Examples

  • One media expert attributes the decline, what he calls the underreporting in Iraq, to several factors, including the danger for journalists who try to cover that story, the sense that continuing attacks are no longer news, and political pressure put on the networks, you know, how the administration says the media only reports the bad news from Iraq.

    CNN Transcript Jun 5, 2006

  • * In fiscal 2009 the average amount of tax "underreporting" IRS auditors found for each hour spent examining small to mid-sized businesses was $1,025; for large corporations it was $9,354.

    IRS Audits Small Biz More, Big Guys Less

  • First, the IRS or DOJ mustn't be auditing him already; second, the money in question must be from a legal source (in the case of UBS, this would be money held in the account); third, he must reveal any other tax improprieties he has committed, such as underreporting business income or overstating expenses; and last, he must pay all back taxes and any penalties, or make good-faith arrangements to pay.

    UBS Swiss Accounts Fare Well at IRS So Far

  • First, the IRS or DOJ mustn't be auditing him already; second, the money in question must be from a legal source (in the case of UBS, this would be money held in the account); third, he must disclose any other tax improprieties he has committed, such as underreporting business income or overstating expenses; and last, he must pay all taxes and any penalties, or make good-faith arrangements to pay.

    UBS account holders

  • * In fiscal 2009 the average amount of tax "underreporting" IRS auditors found for each hour spent examining small to mid-sized businesses was $1,025; for large corporations it was

    Forbes.com: News

  • Ergin said such prosecuting the press affects "all newspapers, across the board," but he also singled out pro-government media for criticism, citing "underreporting" of alleged corruption in official circles.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • The Japem director said there was still an "underreporting" of wife abuse cases in Brunei.

    Brudirect News1

  • An extreme example of underreporting is post-vaccine measles rashes, which some researchers estimate go undocumented 99 percent of the time.

    The Panic Virus

  • Of course, 216 cases is extremely low, due to underreporting to police and publishing in the news.

    Report finds high rates of underage rape in Cambodia this year « Planning the Day

  • Peter Fish , of MEPS Ltd., a steel consultancy based in the U.K., said he believes underreporting is, in part, the result of political pressure on the industry "to meet longstanding targets" to close inefficient steel mills by the end of last year.

    For Global Steel Industry, China Poses Guessing Game

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