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IRS rehiring of fired employees troubles tax watchdog and House Ways & Means members

Most of the time, employees who are fired must look elsewhere for work. However, that’s not the case for some Internal Revenue Service personnel. An audit by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) found that around...Show More Summary

Fees for special IRS advice now must be paid electronically

"Dear IRS, …" — If you have a question about how a tax law or regulation affects your particular set of circumstances, you can ask, in writing, for the Internal Revenue Service to weigh in. But be prepared to pay for the advice and, effective Aug. Show More Summary

Three Donald Trump Appointees Owe IRS Back Taxes

Center for Public Integrity, Three Donald Trump Appointees Owe IRS Back Taxes: At least three of President Donald Trump’s political appointees are drawing taxpayer-funded paychecks while owing the Internal Revenue Service tens of thousands of dollars, a Center for Public Integrity review of federal financial disclosures reveals. Trump’s appointment of...

TIGTA: The IRS Continues To Rehire Hundreds Of Former Employees With Conduct And Performance Issues

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has released The Internal Revenue Service Continues to Rehire Former Employees With Conduct and Performance Issues (2017-10-035): From January 1, 2015, through March 31, 2016, the IRS hired nearly 7,500 employees, of which more than 2,000 had been previously employed by the IRS....

ICTSI Net Income Rises 19%

Manila-based global container terminal operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) reported unaudited consolidated financial results for the first half of 2017 posting revenue from port operations of US$603.7 million, an…

India's demonetization effort produces more tax filers

India tax officials say their effort to reduce large stashes of illicit cash has led to markedly more tax compliance. Such efforts to get more taxpayers to be honest are ongoing globally, including by the Internal Revenue Service here in the United States. Show More Summary

IRS Warns Tax Pros About New Phishing Scam

The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies, and the tax industry, as part of the Security Summit, are warning tax professionals about a new scam making the rounds. The new scam involves a phishing email scam impersonating tax software providers and attempting to steal usernames and passwords.

New IRS Criminal Investigation chief announces goals

Look out tax criminals, there’s a new sheriff in town. OK, technically Don Fort is not a sheriff. But as the new Chief of Criminal Investigation (CI) for the Internal Revenue Service, he is the tax agency’s top law enforcement officer. Show More Summary

IRS Introduces New Crime Boss

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has officially introduced the new Chief of the Criminal Investigation division. John D. (Don) Fort was appointed in June 2017 after former Chief Richard Weber announced his departure.

3 Trump Appointees Owe Thousands of Dollars in Back Taxes

At least three of President Donald Trump’s political appointees owe the Internal Revenue Service tens of thousands of dollars.

3 Trump Appointees Owe Thousands of Dollars in Back Taxes

At least three of President Donald Trump’s political appointees are drawing taxpayer-funded paychecks while owing the Internal Revenue Service tens of thousands of dollars, a Center for Public Integrity review of federal financial disclosures reveals. Show More Summary

IRS Rehiring Employees Terminated for Performance Reasons

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) rehired a bunch of employees it shouldn’t have, is how I read a newly released investigation by the Treasury Department Inspector General. Key findings: The IRS rehired about 2,000 former employees between January 2015 and March 2016. Of those, 213 had been terminated for performance reasons. Four had been terminated […]

IRS To Pilot Online Tax Appeals Conferences

Resolving your tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) just got a little bit easier - assuming you have an internet connection. The IRS has announced that the Office of Appeals will pilot a new "web-based virtual conference option" for taxpayers and their representatives.

Students Beware: College Loan Debt Never Goes Away

"an Internal Revenue Service agent told her the Department of Education (DOE) was “holding back” the $8,220 refund"

That Time That the Flash Worked for the I.R.S.

In their latest spotlight on bizarrely awesome comic book stories, CSBG looks at the time that the Flash worked for the Internal Revenue Service! The post That Time That the Flash Worked for the I.R.S. appeared first on CBR.

IRS expands digital options, adding email notifications and virtual tax dispute capabilities

The Internal Revenue Service has expanded its digital options, offering an email option for some e-paying taxpayers and web video conferencing for appealing tax disputes. You have IRS email: Yes, this time that email really could be from the IRS. Show More Summary

Court Allows Anonymous Coinbase Customer To Challenge IRS On Info Grab

"John Doe 4" has been granted the right to intervene in an ongoing court case between the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Coinbase. That gives the anonymous Coinbase customer the ability to contest the IRS' efforts to identify and obtain Coinbase customer information.

Social Security Warns On New Scheme Similar To IRS Phone Scams

Financial scams involving individuals posing as government employees aren't limited to those Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone scams. There's a new scam making the rounds - and this time, it involves individuals claiming to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA).

Albuquerque Tea Party given tax-exempt status after 8 years

The Albuquerque Tea Party has been granted tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service after applying eight years ago. Graham Bartlett, president of the local Tea Party, said he was … Click to Continue »

Rapper DMX accused of cheating IRS out of $1.7 million

Honestly, rich people. You can afford to hire good tax advisers and accountants. Why don't you?!? That's the question I ask every time another celebrity gets in trouble with the Internal Revenue Service. Last week it was boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. Show More Summary

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