IRS Names Som de Cerff Senior Technician Reviewer

Hime, Lynn
February 2005
Bond Buyer;2/24/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32077, p29
Trade Publication
The article informs that Johanna Som de Cerff has been named senior technician reviewer for the tax-exempt branch in the Internal Revenue Service's office of chief counsel, a post in which she will be working on refunding rules and allocation and accounting rules. Som de Cerff, who was assistant branch chief of the tax-exempt bond branch in the office of chief counsel for a year and a half before this promotion, fills a post that has been vacant for about two years. Som de Cerff was an attorney-adviser in the tax-exempt bond branch from May 1999 through August 2003 before becoming assistant branch chief.


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