Irs Changes

GUESTS: Pete Sepp Vice President for Communication, National Taxpayer's Union Don Alexander Partner, Akin, Gump Law Firm, Washington, D.C. Former IRS Commissioner Yesterday (Tuesday) the Senate began its probe of possible misconduct at the Internal Revenue Service. Last year several IRS employees charged the agency with widespread taxpayer abuse and favoritism within its workforce. Next week legislation designed to revamp the IRS is set to land on the Senate floor. Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at the IRS overhaul bill and efforts to make the agency taxpayer friendly.

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