by Roger Russell

The Internal Revenue Service Examination Re-engineering Project — the organization’s first comprehensive revamp of its audit process in 50 years — has resulted in new procedures for determining the scope of the examination, practitioner involvement in setting the schedule, and an increased role for IRS managers to play in the entire process.

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