The Internal Revenue Service and the Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenue said that they've established a new partnership to work together on common tax enforcement issues.
The VI BIR will work with the IRS to combat abusive tax avoidance transactions by sharing information and leveraging resources. The Virgin Islands joins 48 states, the District of Columbia and New York City on the list of tax agencies that have signed partnership agreements with the IRS.
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