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Congressman Seeks to Strip IRS of ‘Guns and Badges’

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With ongoing feuds between the IRS and Congress increasing the uncertainty of annual funding for the IRS criminal investigation unit, two congressmen are pushing to reassign the agents to the U.S. Treasury.

Democrats Push Back Against IRS Budget Cuts

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While President Trump’s budget proposal includes $239 million in cuts to the IRS, Democrats are pushing back with a request of their own for the tax-collecting agency.

House Committee Seeks Answers on Political Appointee Conversions

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In a letter to Acting Director Beth Cobert of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee last week requested details regarding how many political appointees have been converted to career positions since September of last year.

IRS Budget Slashed Once Again

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An early draft of a fiscal 2017 appropriations bill has passed through the House Appropriations’ subcommittee on financial services and general government with massive cuts to the IRS’ budget.

Obama Administration Threatens Veto of IRS Bill

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Last week, the House Ways and Means Committee passed four bills regarding the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and this week, before hitting the floor, the Obama administration has come out in opposition to all four.

Reduced IRS Budgets = Reduced Revenue and Service

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Everyone agrees there’s a problem at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the question is: who is responsible? IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has described an “abysmal level of service,” and the numbers bear out the Commissioner’s concern.

Senators Scold IRS on Travel Expenses

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In a report released by the Senate Finance Committee, Republicans touted the need for Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees to better follow federal guidelines and per diem rates.

White House Threatens Veto Over IRS Budget Cuts

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The White House is threatening a veto to the House version of the fiscal 2017 Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill because of its inclusion of $236 million in additional cuts to the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) budget.

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