We just detailed two costly programs initiated specifically to help businesses get back on their feet and now having exhausted all available funding. The financial assistance was crucial for some to keep their doors open and others to keep staff on the payroll. Now that all that largesse has largely been expended, we get the bill. The U.S. Treasury Department yesterday released a plan to raise an additional $700 billion through new and enhanced enforcement measures. It calls for a series of tax compliance initiatives beginning with significant increases in the IRS budget for additional staff, modernization of its information technology, improving data analytics approaches as well as new staff dedicated to enhanced enforcement activities. The plan would also strengthen requirements on banks reporting information on their customers to the IRS as well as “increased scrutiny of wealthy evaders.”