Panel: IRS Should Be Allowed to Disclose Audit Data

McConnel, Alison L.
June 2006
Bond Buyer;6/8/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32398, p45
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The article reports on the need for the United States Internal Revenue Service's tax-exempt bond enforcement division to be able to directly disclose audit information to prevent complete data from clouding broad sectors of the municipal market. A report from the members of the Advisory Committee on Tax-Exempt and Government Entities was presented to the IRS.


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