During a recent National Public Liaison (NPL) meeting, which was attended by Nina Tross, NSTP Executive Director, and Keith Huebel, NSTP President of the Board, we had an opportunity to meet with the Commissioner of the IRS, Charles Rettig.
On Friday, March 1, Nina Olson, National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA), posted her farewell message on the NTA’s blog. In it, she announces that she will retire on July 31, 2019, after eighteen years of service. During her tenure as the NTA, the IRS adopted the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, a concept she both advocated for, and played a major part in designing. Ms. Olson hopes to further develop the services surrounding the Taxpayer Bill of Rights prior to her retirement. Among her goals for the Taxpayer Bill of Rights are: the addition of mandatory employee training on identification and public disclosure of Program Manager Technical Advice (PMTA) memoranda; and developing rights-based notices of math errors, collections, and more. Ms. Olson’s voice as the champion for the individual taxpayer will be missed. The National Society of Tax Professionals (NSTP) appreciates her years of service with the IRS and wishes her every success in her future endeavors. Ms. Olson’s retirement blog entry can be read in its entirety here.
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