Reports To Congress
The National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA) submits two
reports to Congress each year: an Annual Report, delivered in
January, and an Objectives Report, delivered in June.
The National Taxpayer Advocate delivers these
reports to the Senate Committee on Finance and the House Committee on Ways
and Means with no prior review or comment from the Commissioner, the IRS
Oversight Board, the Secretary of the Treasury, any other Treasury officer
or employee, or the Office of Management and Budget.
Annual Report to Congress
Annual Report includes analysis of at least 20 of the most serious
problems encountered by taxpayers, legislative and administrative
recommendations for solving those problems, and a discussion of the
year's ten most frequently litigated tax issues.
Objectives Report to Congress
The Objectives Report describes the goals and activities planned
by the Office of the Taxpayer Advocate for the coming fiscal year.
Above information is intended for informational purposes only. If legal
advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a
competent professional should be sought, and this general information
should not be relied upon without such professional assistance.
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