Welcome to the World Wide Web Home Page of the National Commission on Restructuring the Internal Revenue Service. Congress created the Commission to make positive improvements in our nation’s tax collection system. Our job is to recommend policy designed to move the Internal Revenue Service into the 21st century, equipped to cope with changes within the government and throughout the country. It is the Commission’s ultimate goal to restore the American public’s confidence in the U.S. government to collect revenues in a fair and courteous manner.

We are scheduled to produce a final report on the Commission’s findings on June 25, 1997. Over the past year,we have collected information about the Internal Revenue Service and have drawn conclusions on how best to implement positive changes. Once our report is released, we expect Congress to consider legislation implementing its recommendations. If you have had noteworthy experiences with the Internal Revenue Service (either positive or negative), we would like to hear about them. Please share these experiences with us by clicking on the mailbox below.

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We have concluded our series of public meetings. The Commission will be issuing it’s recommendations on June 25, 1997. To order a copy of the Commission’s report from the Government Printing Office, please call 202-512-1800 and ask for report number 048-000-00508-0.

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