The IRS may insist that you pay you taxes on time or they’ll come after you, but the agency isn’t quite so harsh when it comes to their own. The Treasury Inspector General (IG) for Tax Administration has revealed that in fiscal years...Show More Summary
This ought to bring you comfort… IRS agents misused credit cards and bounced 325 checks in one year. CNS News reported: The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration revealed in a recently released audit report that in fiscal years 2010 … Continue reading ?
The newly released report on IRS spending from the Treasury inspector general for tax administration is receiving a great deal of attention -- and for good reason. The nation’s tax authority spent $49 million on 225 conferences across the country between 2010 and 2012 -- and that is only the beginning of its fiscal abuses. Show More Summary
The IRS spent $4.1 million on a single internal conference in Anaheim, reports the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. Sure, [...]
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration: Review of the August 2010 Small Business/Self-Employed Division’s Conference in Anaheim, California (2013-10-037) IRS: IRS Key Facts: TIGTA Conference Report House Ways & Means Committee...Show More Summary
Moments ago, the Treasury inspector general for tax administration, the same source as the crushing report exposing the IRS persecution of conservative groups, released a report highlighting the spending and "questionable expensing" by IRS staff who blew through $49 million across 225 conferences between 2010 and 2012. Show More Summary
A new investigative report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) reveals charges of “excessive spending” by the Internal Revenue Service related to a 2010 conference held in Anaheim, Calif. The report, released Tuesday afternoon, de …
According to a report issued Tuesday by Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration [TIGTA], the IRS spent $4.1 million dollars on a single...
On Monday, J. Russell George, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, said the IRS's targeting of conservatives was an "unprecedented breach" of the public trust. In responding to questions from Rep. Steve Womack (R-AR)...Show More Summary
The IRS reportedly spent $50 million on hundreds of employee conferences between 2010 and 2012. An audit by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) on the matter will be released on Tuesday. The report shows that the IRS spent excessive amounts of money on several conferences for employees in the IRS Small Business-Self-Employed [...]Show More Summary
We got a preview late Friday afternoon of next week's Congressional hearings into actions by the Internal Revenue Service. That's when IRS Acting Commissioner Danny Werfel issued a statement about a Treasury Inspector General for Tax...Show More Summary
Another week, another controversy for he Internal Revenue Service. This time, explains M.D. Kittle, the problem for the tax collectors involves misuse of agency travel cards. A new report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration,...Show More Summary
The Internal Revenue Service should be tougher on employees who abuse government travel cards, a new report from the agency’s watchdog says. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration brought more bad news for the tax agency, which is reeling from … Continue reading ?
E-mails between staff members of the House Oversight Committee and the office of the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) suggest that the findings of a report on IRS targeting of conservative groups were initially scheduled to be released in September 2012, before the election. Show More Summary
The Treasury Department’s inspector general for tax administration J. Russell George said that the IRS’s leak of confidential tax information to the left-leaning group ProPublica could be a violation of the law, in response to questions...Show More Summary
Former IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman is set to appear before a Senate committee Tuesday, along with Steven Miller, the outgoing current acting IRS commissioner, and J. Russell George, the Treasury inspector general for tax administration.
The Treasury Department's Inspector General for Tax Administration, J. Russell George, reportedly refused to give "substantive details" about the investigation of the agency's targeting of Tea Party and conservative to the House Oversight Committee, frustrating committee members. Show More Summary
In January, 2011, ten months after the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration's report says the IRS first developed policies to target Tea Party groups for more severe scrutiny than other groups, the IRS responded to a FOIA request by denying that any such documents existed. Show More Summary
Ousted IRS chief Steven Miller and J. Russell George, the Treasury inspector general for tax administration, testified today at the House Ways and Means Committee hearing. Top IRS official Steven Miller told the committee, “I cannot reply to a specific … Continue reading ?
Not that it’s going to settle anything, but two of the scandals roiling Washington this week are deflating faster than a cheap party balloon. A report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration says IRS scandal came out of the Determinations Unit of the Rulings and Agreements office. The Determinations Unit offices are in [...]