The Internal Revenue Service announced the selection of 16 new members for its advisory council. The appointees will join 11 returning members who are in the last year of a three-year term.The council members are scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C., several times in 2007, with a report to be provided during a public meeting on Nov. 15.

The 16 new appointed members are:

* Herbert N. Beller, a partner with Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan.

* Marsha Blumenthal, a professor of Economics at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota.

* Michael P. Boyle, a former finance vice president with Microsoft Corp.

* Charles Christian, a professor at Arizona State University currently serving as director of the Arizona State School of Accountancy.

* Francis X. Degen, an enrolled agent and the owner of Francis X. Degen EA.

* Andrew B. Lyon, a PricewaterhouseCoopers principal and a partner in the National Economic Consulting Group.

* Lillian F. Mills, an associate professor at the University of Texas at Austin.

* Daniel T. Moore, a senior accountant and chief financial officer for the Moore Agency Inc.

* Robert G. Nath, the managing member of Robert G. Nath PLLC.

* George A. Plesko, an associate professor of accounting with the University of Connecticut.

* Donna Rodriguez, manager of Donna L. Rodriguez PLLC.

* John S. Satagaj, the principal of John S. Satagaj, Attorney at Law.

* John Karl Scholz, a professor with the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

* Philip M. Tatarowicz, a partner with Ernst & Young.

* Eric J. Toder, a senior fellow with the Urban Institute and an adjunct professor at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute.

* George K. Yin, the Edwin S. Cohen Distinguished Professor of Law and Taxation at the University of Virginia.

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