The IRS Oversight Board has sent a letter to the leaders of Congress’s main tax committees urging them not to re-instate a privatized tax debt collection program.
A provision in the tax extenders legislation, the EXPIRE Act, introduced last month by Senate Finance Committee chairman Ron Wyden, D-Ore., would restore the private debt collection program that the IRS discontinued in 2009 (see IRS Nixes Private Collection Contracts). The controversial program had attracted both proponents and opponents in Congress.
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