After almost a year without a confirmed IRS commissioner, Charles Rettig recently took over as the nation’s 49th Commissioner of Internal Revenue. According to former IRS Commissioner and alliantgroup Vice Chairman Mark Everson, after a number of difficult years for the Service, the new commissioner will face a host of complex challenges to start his tenure—and getting off to a good start will be critical in restoring public confidence in the agency and in ensuring its overall success.
In his latest piece from The Hill “Challenges for the new IRS commissioner,” Everson lays out the immediate challenges Rettig will face as he begins his oversight of the Service. From improving its rocky relationship with Congress to implementing tax reform to dealing with diminished resources at the Service, Everson details what Rettig will need to accomplish to move the agency forward.
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