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IRS budget for fiscal year 1998 and the 1997 tax return filing season Hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight of the Committee on Ways and Means, ... Congress, first session, March 18, 1997 by United States

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ISBN 100160576202
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The FY President’s Budget request is 7 $2,,, in direct appropriations, an estimated $36,, from reimbursable programs, an estimated $,, from user fees, and an estimated $12,, from unobligated balances from prior years for a total operating level of $2,,, GAO discussed: (1) its review of the Administration's fiscal year (FY) budget request for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS); (2) the interim results of its review of the tax return filing season; (3) a review of IRS' FY spending plans for information systems; and (4) GAO's past work on Tax Systems noted that: (1) IRS' FY appropriation act and accompanying. Find weekly filing season statistics showing cumulative and comparative totals from the and tax return filing seasons, starting Ma For More Information For other tax statistics, visit Tax Statistics - produced by the Statistics of Income Division and other areas of the Internal Revenue Service. IRS budget for fiscal year and the tax return filing season: hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, first session, Ma