Administering the 2010 health-care law is just like municipal snow shoveling -- a top priority that’s non-negotiable, John Koskinen, the commissioner of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, said today.
Executives of China’s largest banks called on regulators to curb the rapid expansion of Internet financing in that nation.
The Internal Revenue Service initially will make limited use of information supplied by other governments about U.S. citizens’ offshore holdings because of budget constraints, Commissioner John Koskinen said.
A U.S. Internal Revenue Service employee took home a computer thumb drive containing unencrypted data on 20,000 fellow workers, the agency said in a statement today.
Republicans in Congress want to add language to a U.S. aid plan for Ukraine that would block a proposed IRS rule curbing political activity by tax-exempt groups, Senator Bob Corker said today.
After what he jokingly called a “checkered employment career of interesting challenges,” John Koskinen has begun his next one: heading the Internal Revenue Service.
Restoring public trust, employee morale and congressional funding at the Internal Revenue Service will take time, the tax agency’s new commissioner said.
Deep into a career turning around companies and government agencies, John Koskinen found himself doing four jobs at once in 2009.
John Koskinen, a 74-year-old multimillionaire with a resume full of accomplishments, is about to get the thankless career-capping job of running the Internal Revenue Service.
Groups that want to spend millions of dollars on political campaigns without disclosing their donors are getting a clear road map on how to do so from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
"One of our biggest challenges lies in having the resources to build and maintain systems that can effectively use all of the incoming data."
- John Koskinen on Mar 24, 2014