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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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ANAMBRA State drivers, under the aegis of Allied Anambra Drivers Progressive Association, AADPA have given Governor Willie Obiano a pat on the back for issuing an order for the on-going clampdown against fake revenue agents in the state.
Department of Revenue agents arrested Rodney Antonio Jones, 46, owner of the business formerly known as Jonez of Columbia, and Robert Al Mario Johnson, 38, former owner of Truth of Columbia, on Tuesday, according to a news release.
Police and revenue agents have found children from Marawi City being used to make counterfeit cigarettes in Bacolod City.
With respect to audits including NOL amounts created in years that are closed under the statute of limitation, Internal Revenue Manual (IRM) Section 4.11.11.13(2) instructs revenue agents that they may redetermine the correct taxable income for a closed year to determine either the amount of the carryforward deduction reported in the open year or the amount of an NOL deduction that is absorbed in a closed year and supports the determination of the available NOL deduction for the open year under examination.
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.
The IRS recently purchased more than 1,000 copies of QuickBooks 2010 and intends to train more than 1.000 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.
(49) Thus, the BIR hired over 1,000 revenue agents in the first six months of 1919 alone as headquarters staff in Washington, D.C.
MILLIONS of euro stashed in illegal off-shore accounts have been uncovered by Revenue agents, figures reveal.
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.
And many workers, such as tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents; compliance officers; and detectives and criminal investigators, were likely to hold jobs enforcing Federal taws and regulations.