Gaithersburg, Md. (Jan. 13, 2004) -- Four members of the National Association of Enrolled Agents have been appointed to the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Committee, a 50-year-old committee that provides an organized public forum for both IRS officials and public representatives to discuss relevant tax administration issues.
Those EA members named to the IRSAC were: NAEA immediate past president Judith A. Akin, of Oklahoma City; Henry D. Anderson, of Pageland, S.C.; Jon M. Contreras, of Fresno, Calif.; and William F. Reilly, of Palo Cedro, Calif.
In addition, Martha Bell, of Lakeland, Fla., and Patricia Rhodes, of Jacksonville, Fla., have been named to the service’s Information Reporting Program Advisory Committee, which offers a public forum for IRS officials and private sector representatives to discuss information reporting policies, procedures and programs.
-- WebCPA staff
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