Monday, September 18, 2023

IRS Looks To Hire 3,700 Employees Nationwide To Audit Wealthy Taxpayers

In IR-2023-172 dated Sept. 15, 2023, the IRS explained that as part of larger transformation work underway to make improvements, the Internal Revenue Service announced the opening of  more than 3,700 positions nationwide to help with expanded enforcement work focusing on complex partnerships and large corporations

These compliance positions will be open in more than 250 locations nationwide and is part of a larger effort to add fairness to the tax system and expand tax enforcement involving areas of concern with high-income earners, partnerships, large corporations and promoters. 

The Hiring Will Be For Higher-Graded Revenue Agents,
Which Are Specialized Technical Positions
That Generally Focus On Audits.

This continued hiring effort builds off earlier efforts to add taxpayer service employees at the IRS, part of the landmark Inflation Reduction Act funding approved in August 2022.

"This is another important step for the IRS as we work to transform the agency and make improvements," said IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel. This next wave of hiring will help the IRS add key talent like tax accountants to help reverse a decade-long decline of audits for the wealthy as well as complex partnerships and corporations.

These New Employees Will Be Focused On Higher-Income
And Complex Tax Areas Like Partnerships, Not Average Taxpayers Making Less Than $400,000."

"This is an exciting time to be at the IRS," said IRS Human Capital Officer Traci DiMartini. "The IRS provides a competitive financial package for people with expertise in this high-demand area. For people with accounting and financial backgrounds, we encourage them to take a close look at the benefits of working for the IRS and serving our nation."

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