The Tax-Exempt and Government Entities (TE/GE) division of the IRS released a work plan for fiscal year (FY) 2018.
The work plan describes and documents the results of FY 2017 activities and outlines projects and priorities for FY 2018 regarding exempt organizations, employee plans, Indian tribal governments, and tax-exempt bonds. Read the TE/GE work plan [PDF 238 KB] (dated September 28, 2017).
The following discussion briefly summarizes highlights of the work plan.
The FY 2018 work plan also includes objectives for other TE/GE groups, including employee plans and Indian tribal governments / tax-exempt bonds.
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