Tuesday, December 19, 2017

IRS: Neutered

So much winning.
The IRS Scandal, Day 1684: Fallout From Allegations Of Tea Party Targeting Hampers IRS Oversight Of Nonprofits

The main part of government tasked with policing those lines, the IRS’s Exempt Organizations division, has seen its budget decline from a peak of $102 million in 2011 to $82 million last year. At the same time, division employees have fallen from 889 to 642.

The division now lacks expertise, resources and the will needed to effectively oversee more than 1.2 million charities and tens of thousands of social welfare groups, according to interviews with two dozen nonprofit specialists and current and former IRS officials.

“This completely neutered them,” said Philip Hackney, a tax law professor at Louisiana State University and former Exempt Organizations lawyer at the IRS. “The will is totally gone.” ...

1 comment:

Steven Satak said...

"The will is totally gone."


I have a suggestion. How about you arrogant sods at the IRS take a step back, check your egos at the door, and maybe try doing a day's work for a day's pay? That always seemed to motivate ME.

Or has your drop in power so demoralized you, has the loss of the ability to feed your fucking egos every day at some poor slob's expense, has that really and truly sapped your 'will'?

What's the matter, IRS? More like a job and not so much like fun anymore? If you don't like your job anymore, give it to me. There are a lot of guys like me who would be happy to have a guaranteed workday and a paycheck.

Arrogant idiots.