Internal Revenue Service Breaking News: IRS Employee Conferences Cost Taxpayers $49 Million

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IRS employee conferences cost taxpayers $49 million
According to an audit released by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, A division of the Internal Revenue Service spent $4.1 million on a 2010 conference in Anaheim, Calif., that included “questionable expenses” for keynote speakers, video production, and gifts for IRS employees.
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New IRS chief says the agency does not need more money
The newly appointed acting head of the Internal Revenue Service said that the agency does not need more money to carry out the responsibility of processing applications for tax-exempt status, despite calls during the hearing for increased funding to help the embattled agency’s workload.
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/acting-head-irs-says-agency-does-not-more-210618673.html

New IRS Head Says Taxpayers No Longer Trust Agency
The new acting head of the Internal Revenue Service Danny Werfel, is telling Congress that American taxpayers no longer trust the agency amid a growing number of scandals, from targeting conservative political groups to lavish spending on employee conferences.
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