Hiring Watch ’23: The IRS Is Looking For a Few Good Tax Attorneys
With nearly $80 billion allotted over the next 10 years thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, the IRS is going on a hiring spree to improve its woeful customer service (to taxpayers and tax professionals alike) and technology; wade through the piles of individual, business, and amended paper tax returns that have accumulated over the […]
The IRS Wants to Hire 10,000 New Employees in the Next Year. So What Are They Paying?
Last Friday I buried a link about the IRS’ latest hiring push in Footnotes but I think it deserves its own little mention if only to discuss the pay. That’s all that matters, right? Before we get to that, my handlers have asked me to remind you that Footnotes is a weekly wrap-up of accounting […]
Hiring Watch ’21: The IRS Needs Help Taking Down Hollywood Tax Cheats
Outside of press releases about the IRS Criminal Investigation Unit busting people for money laundering and reminders that the taxpayer advocate released her latest lengthy report to Congress about how well (and not so well) the IRS is doing, we don’t get a lot of email from everyone’s favorite parody video maker. But buried in […]