Closing the Tax Gap: Lost Revenue from Noncompliance and the Role of Offshore Tax Evasion
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Acting Chief, Research and Analytics Officer, Internal Revenue ServiceUnited States Department of the TreasuryWashington , DC
Deputy Commissioner, Services & Enforcement, Internal Revenue ServiceUnited States Department of the TreasuryWashington, , DC
The Honorable J. Russell
Treasury Inspector General for Tax AdministrationUnited States Department of the TreasuryWashington , DC
Executive DirectorCenter for Taxpayer RightsWashington , DC
The Honorable Charles O.
Former Commissioner (1997-2002)Internal Revenue ServiceWashington , DC
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