Nina Olson, in her final address as the National Taxpayer Advocate of the IRS, delivers a keynote address on the office of the Taxpayer Advocate over 20 years.
She highlights the accomplishments of her office as well as the challenges that remain and are yet to come.
There are no handout materials for this course.
Identify the role of the Office of the Taxpayer Advocate and important tax issues as seen through its lens.
Nina E. Olson, the National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA), is the “voice of the taxpayer” within the IRS and before Congress. She leads the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS), an independent organization inside the IRS that helps taxpayers resolve their IRS account problems and works for systemic change to mitigate problems experienced by groups of taxpayers.
Ms. Olson was appointed to the position of National Taxpayer Advocate in January 2001. Under her leadership, the NTA‟s Annual Report to Congress has become an important vehicle for change. It is one of two reports the NTA is required by statute to deliver each year, and it outlines the most serious problems facing taxpayers and makes recommendations for administrative and legislative change. The IRS has implemented hundreds of the recommendations she has made for administrative change. Members of Congress have introduced bills to implement dozens of her recommendations for legislative change, and 15 of them have been enacted into law.
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