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Shulman Leaving IRS at End of Term in September.

Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman said April 5 that he will leave his post as the agency's top official when his five-year term of office ends in September 2012.

In a speech at the National Press Club, Shulman said IRS has made major progress on priorities such as creating new capabilities and efficiencies through technology, rethinking IRS's relationship with paid tax preparers, enhancing taxpayer service, confronting the challenges of a global economy, and positioning the IRS workforce to make sure the agency is prepared for the future.

“My plan is to leave at the end of this term,” Shulman said. He called his agency “a great institution” that will continue to serve millions of American taxpayers well.

Read more at: Tax Times blog

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