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U.S. House passes two more IRS administration bills

U.S. House passes two more IRS administration bills

The U.S. House of Representatives on April 18, 2018, passed two more bills relating to IRS administration.


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  • H.R. 5444, the Taxpayer First Act, that (among other things) would establish an IRS Independent Office of Appeals and eliminate the IRS Oversight Board (passed 414-0)
  • H.R. 5445, the 21st Century IRS Act, that relates to cybersecurity, online services, and other matters (passed 414-3). 

Pursuant to H. Res. 831, the text of various other IRS administration bills passed by the House were appended to the end of the engrossed version of H.R. 5444.  

Read TaxNewsFlash for prior Ways and Means Committee action on these bills.

What’s next?

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

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