Banks are required to report all cash transactions in excess of $10,000.00. However, they are also responsible for reporting suspicious activity. If someone is cashing a significant amount of checks, the bank may very well report the activity to the IRS. Of course, if this does not happen, should the company be selected for an IRS audit, explaining why they cash so many checks may be a problem.

No user commented in " I work at a small company that has certain transactions for purchases be done with cash. Someone told me the company is asking for an IRS audit because they cash so many checks, is this true and how would the IRS know about the cash if they don’t audit the company first? "

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