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House passes various IRS administration, taxpayer protection bills

IRS administration, taxpayer protection bills

The U.S. House of Representatives on April 17, 2018, approved a number of bills related to IRS administration and taxpayer protections.


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The following bills were approved by voice vote:

  • H.R. 2901, The Voluntary Income Tax Assistance Permanence Act  
  • H.R. 5438, A Bill to Amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to Allow Officers and Employees of the Department of the Treasury to Provide to Taxpayers Information Regarding Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics
  • H.R. 5440, A Bill to Require Notice from the Secretary of the Treasury in the Case of Any Closure of a Taxpayer Assistance Center
  • H.R. 5446, A Bill to Amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to Restrict the Immediate Sale of Seized Property by Secretary of the Treasury to Perishable Goods
  • H.R. 5437, A Bill to Require the Secretary of the Treasury to Establish a Program for the Issuance of Identity Protection Personal Identification Numbers
  • H.R. 5439, A Bill to Provide for a Single Point of Contact at the Internal Revenue Service for the Taxpayers Who Are Victims of Tax-Related Identity Theft
  • H.R. 5443, A Bill to Amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to Require Electronic Filing of the Annual Returns of Exempt Organizations and Provide for Making Such Returns Available for Public Inspection 
  • H.R. 4403, Moving Americans Privacy Protection Act
  • H.R. 1512, The Social Security Child Protection Act of 2017


Additionally, the House passed H.R. 5192, Protecting Children from Identity Theft Act, by a 420-1 vote.

Read more about the bills and Joint Committee on Taxation descriptions in TaxNewsFlash

What’s next?

The bills will be transmitted to the Senate. It is not clear whether or when the Senate would consider the bills.

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