Revenue Agent

Revenue Agent

An employee at the IRS who is responsible for helping the agency collect all federal taxes derived from sources other than tariffs and associated fees. Generally speaking, revenue agents perform audits on random tax returns to ensure appropriate payment of taxes.
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Noticing that the business's federal tax deposits were not up to date, the Revenue Agent placed a levy against the bakery's business bank account.
Before entering private practice, he was a revenue agent with the IRS Examination Division and a trial attorney with the U.
NEWPORT RICHEY, FL Lucien Lacourse, 85, a World War II veteran and retired Internal Revenue Agent, passed away at home on Wednesday, December 16, 2009 after an illness.
Career Summary: Internal Revenue Agent, Los Angeles District and Office of International Operations, Washington, D.
During his career, he worked for the IRS as a Revenue Agent and most recently for Whirlpool Corporation as Manager of Federal Taxes.
Manning, a retired IRS Revenue Agent with 22 years experience in forensic accounting, uses an interdisciplinary approach to explain the current methods and legal issues facing the detection and prosecution of economic crimes.
One unnamed revenue agent had this to say on the department's Web site: `I enjoy my job at the Department of Revenue because it allows me to educate and assist Oregon taxpayers.
Pre-audit contacts provide an excellent opportunity for the Revenue Agent and the representative to begin the process of building a respectful and constructive relationship.
25) The revenue agent performs numerical calculations, undertakes complex matching programs, and, if necessary, selects the taxpayer for a face-to-face audit.
Three revenue agent work units were selected as test (mostly trained) units, and each was carefully matched with a corresponding control (untrained) work unit (the untrained units were to receive training later).
courts cooperated in the trial of an Italian citizen accused of murdering a Florida revenue agent.
A revenue agent is far more likely to be persuaded by a regulation or IRS ruling on point than by case law.