The Internal Revenue Bulletin (IRB) is the authoritative instrument of the IRS for announcing all substantive ruling necessary to promote a uniform application of tax law.
A one-stop spot for researching publicly available versions of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), Treasury (Federal tax) Regulations, or other types of official IRS guidance published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin (IRB).
Also included is a link to the list of proposed regulations and treasury decisions issued since 1995, with plain language summaries and a method for commenting on proposed regulations still open for public comment.
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Guidance for requesting or electronically accessing information made available to the public pursuant to FOIA.
A computerized system of records which houses authorization information from: Powers of Attorney (POA); Tax Information Authorizations (TIA), and Estate Tax Returns.
Names, numbers, lists and other information that will help you work with IRS more effectively.