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Internal Revenue Service


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  • proper n. The United States government agency that collects taxes and enforces the internal revenue laws.


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  • The day before Christmas, I called the Internal Revenue Service (the tax people of USA) to complain that I never received

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  • But the palm for creativity goes to the Internal Revenue Service, which is contemplating a new tax on the use of business cellphones.

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  • The Internal Revenue Service is the enforcement arm of the Federal government's present unjust tax system.

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  • In general, you can choose to deduct your actual expenses, or you can use what's known as the Internal Revenue Service's standard optional mileage rate.

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  • But if he had even a tacit agreement with at least one other person to make ATR appear eligible for 501(c)(3) status when in fact it was not, then he and that other person conspired to impede the lawful functions of the Internal Revenue Service, which is known to federal prosecutors (like myself, once) as a “Klein conspiracy.”

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  • But they must be drawn from private sector representatives who clearly would have matters pending before the Internal Revenue Service, which is whereupon the conflict arrises.

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  • If you are an individual, please refer to Internal Revenue Service Form 6251, Alternative Minimum Tax--Individuals.

  • Michele Bachmann, a tax lawyer, is open to abolishing the corporate income tax and "deep-sixing our 3.8 million-word Internal Revenue Service code so companies can invest again." Front Page

  • If you are a corporation, please refer to Internal Revenue Service Form 4626, Alternative Minimum Tax--Corporations.

  • It's clear from the 3,000-word manifesto posted on a Web site registered in his name that the bitter feud with the Internal Revenue Service was his passion -- one so deeply held it apparently drove him to commit suicide Thursday by slamming his single-engine Piper PA-28 into an Austin office building that houses the IRS. - Local News


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