The IRS today released a summary of examination, determination, and compliance check data for FY 2017 by the Tax Exempt / Government Entities (TE/GE) division.
An IRS transmittal message reflects information about activities relating to the following TE/GE division functions:
Read the IRS summary, Tax Exempt and Government Entities FY 2017 Accomplishments [PDF 279 KB] (dated March 19, 2018).
The publication highlights the following EO division outcomes for FY 2017:
While the EO division typically releases information on its program accomplishments in its annual work plan, the EO division’s FY 2018 work plan had indicated that FY 2017 accomplishments would be published in a separate document once final results were available. Read TaxNewsFlash-Exempt Organizations
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