Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee Annual Report to Congress (June 2011)

Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee Annual Report to Congress (June 2011)

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The Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 (RRA 98) authorized the creation of the Electronic Tax Admin. Advisory Comm. (ETAAC), which has a primary duty of providing input to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on its strategic plan for electronic tax administration. Accordingly, ETAAC's responsibilities involve researching, analyzing and making recommendations on a wide range of electronic tax administration issues. ETAAC also annually reports to Congress concerning: IRS' progress in meeting the goal to receive electronically 80% of tax and information returns; The status of IRS' strategic plan for electronic tax administration; Legislative changes that would assist IRS in meeting the 80% goal; and, The effects on small businesses and the self-employed of electronically filing tax and information returns. This is EETAC's 2011Annual Report to Congress. Tables. This is a print on demand report.When combined with the year-to-year dynamics of changing employment, physical relocation, and changing ... Unless it reverts to a paper process, Simple Return would require that IRS develop, deploy, operate and maintain a robust, real time, ... some have suggested, then it would need to be able to handle potentially hundreds of thousands of concurrent users at filing peaks. ... The past stagnation of IRS systems could not continue to be characteristic of IRS technology resources.97anbsp;...

Title:Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee Annual Report to Congress (June 2011)
Author: Phillip L. Poirier, Jr.
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2011-05-10

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