IRS Commissioners

It’s Official, Finally: Charles Rettig Is the New Commissioner of the IRS

I’m sure the majority of you guys either probably don’t care or have already heard by now, but the Senate finally got around to confirming Charles Rettig as the new IRS commissioner on Sept. 12. The poor guy had been left hanging in the wind since July 19, when the Senate Finance Committee voted 14-13 […]

So Is Charles Rettig Going to Be the Next IRS Commissioner or Not?

Good morning/afternoon, GCers. We hope you had a nice, relaxing Labor Day holiday. Last week, while I was driving to Binny’s Beverage Depot to pick up some Pipeworks Ninja vs. Unicorn IPA to drink over the holiday weekend, I was wondering why things have been quiet lately regarding the confirmation of Charles Rettig as the […]

Charles Rettig Is One Step Closer to Earning His IRS Commissioner Placard

Beverly Hills tax attorney and Academy of Magical Arts member Charles Rettig is on the cusp of becoming the next commissioner of the IRS, after the Senate Finance Committee voted 14-13 on July 19 to send his nomination to the Senate floor. The nomination vote, which fell along party lines, had to be postponed until […]

Let’s Look Back on Doug Shulman’s Career As IRS Commissioner

Yesterday, the IRS announced that commissioner Doug Shulman's last day at work would be November 9th. For the American people, Shulman's mug served as the face of most beloved government agency that has ever existed in the history of governments. For tax professionals, DS was more like Moses – someone who ventured to dark and […]

Doug Shulman: Five Years As IRS Commissioner Is Plenty for Me, Thanks

  Come November, we're going to have a new Commish: Douglas Shulman, commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, said he doesn’t intend to stay in the job after his five-year term expires in November. “My plan is to leave at the end of my term,” he said during a question-and-answer session today at the National Press […]