February 27, 2021

At Least There Is One IRS Employee Who Is Proud to Say He Works For the IRS

Charles Rettig

“The IRS remains dedicated to improving service to taxpayers, modernizing its systems and maintaining the integrity of the tax system, while also protecting the health of its workers and American taxpayers. The way the IRS has responded to the challenges we faced this year serve to highlight the significant role that the IRS plays in the overall health of our country—in 2020 and beyond.

“As I look back over the past year, I’m still extremely proud to be able to say, ‘I’m Chuck Rettig, and I work with the Internal Revenue Service.’”

— Commissioner Charles Rettig wrote in the agency’s fiscal year 2020 report, which was released on Tuesday.

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