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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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Many Appeals officers are former revenue agents and, thus, are naturally inclined to shore up poorly conducted examinations during the settlement process.
She said : "It is unfortunate to hear that the Finance Ministry labeling such allegation against the NPA, where they have revenue agents and widows.
Urgent tax investigation is at times needed by revenue agents in order to fulfil their regular tasks," read the Ministry of Finance's motives for the proposals.
000 revenue agents and specialty tax revenue agents on obtaining from taxpayers full backups for business taxpayers' QuickBooks files in connection with certain in-person field audits.
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Indeed, codifying the economic substance doctrine would further complicate the system, confuse taxpayers and revenue agents, raise significant issues of statutory construction, impede the courts' ability to rely on existing precedent, and interfere with legitimate commercial transactions.
After the Civil War new federal taxes on whiskey production in Arkansas led to violence between revenue agents and moonshiners.
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Savings from them will go toward hiring 2,200 criminal investigators, revenue agents and revenue officers to pursue tax scofflaws.
Revenue agents had reason to believe that Styczynski was collecting sales tax, but not paying it to the state.
Many practitioners worry about the open-ended nature of the rules and potential misapplication by aggressive revenue agents.
The practitioner community is concerned that, in an effort to satisfy NRP expectations in the area of income probes, over-zealous Revenue Agents may inadvertently violate the provisions of IRC 7602(e).