By Fred Lucas ~
The Internal Revenue Service will establish a centralized office to implement elements of the tax and spending bill that President Joe Biden signed last week, including almost 87,000 new IRS agents, the agency’s chief says.
Democrats’ bill, which passed the Senate and House without a single Republican vote, provides $80 billion to the Internal Revenue Service, largely to pay for the 87,000 new agents through 2031.
“We have a unique, once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform the IRS,” says Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Charles Rettig, pictured testifying April 7 before the Senate Finance Committee. (Photo: Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
In an email message Friday to all IRS employees, a copy of which was obtained by The Daily Signal, IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig wrote: “This is a historic time for the IRS, and we are working to move quickly to begin work on the Inflation Reduction Act signed into law earlier…
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