The $350 Billion Question: How to Solve the Tax Gap
The Honorable David
Comptroller GeneralUnited States Government Accountability OfficeWashington , DC
Chief of StaffJoint Committee on TaxationWashington , DC
CommissionerInternal Revenue ServiceWashington , D.C.
The Honorable Eileen
Assistant Attorney General for the Tax DivisionUnited States Department of JusticeWashington , DC
National Taxpayer AdvocateInternal Revenue ServiceWashington , DC
The Honorable J. Russell
Treasury Inspector General for Tax AdministrationUnited States Department of the TreasuryWashington , DC
CommissionerSmall Business/Self Employed Division, Internal Revenue ServiceWashington , DC
ChiefCriminal Investigation, Internal Revenue ServiceWashington , DC
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