Bridging the Tax Gap
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- Chuck Grassley (R - IA)
- Senator Max Baucus (D - MT)
The Honorable Raymond
Member of the IRS Oversight BoardDepartment of the TreasuryWashington , DC
Director, Tax Issues, Strategic Issues TeamUnited States Government Accountability OfficeWashington , DC
Acting Inspector GeneralTreasury Inspector General for Tax AdministrationWashington , DC
Ralph M. Parsons Professor of Law and BusinessStanford Law SchoolStanford , CA
Taxpayer who engaged in an offshore tax shelterIncline Village , NV
National Taxpayer AdvocateInternal Revenue ServiceWashington , DC
CommissionerInternal Revenue ServiceWashington , D.C.
District AttorneyNew York CountyNew York , NY
ManagerCalifornia Franchise Tax BoardSacramento , CA
Commissioner of PatentsDepartment of CommerceWashington , DC
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