IRS Role Expands with Health Care Law

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Nina Olsen, the IRS National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA), in a report says that President Obama’s new health care legislation pushes the IRS into a benefits administrator role, a role the agency is not equipped to handle. This effectively gives the IRS two roles – collecting taxes and administering benefits. As such Olsen advocates a revision of the IRS Charter “to explicitly acknowledge the agency’s dual role as part tax collector and part benefits administrator,” according to her report. In Olsen’s opinion, the new legislation would place even greater burden on struggling businesses in the US.

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