The Senate Finance Committee pushed hard for answers from a tax policy nominee on when the Treasury Department will supply recommendations on an overhaul of the tax system, and how best to meaningfully improve the nation's tax compliance.
President Bush nominated Treasury deputy assistant secretary Eric Solomon to be the assistant secretary of the Treasury for tax policy in May. The position has been vacant for since the close of 2004.
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