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IRS Pick to Face Tough Questions on Agency’s Direction
The Hill, (June 28, 2018):
The nomination of Chuck Rettig, a Beverly Hills, Calif., tax lawyer, comes at a critical moment for the IRS, which is tasked with implementing the new Republican tax law and needs to quickly modernize its technology.
Tax lawyers who know Rettig say his background will be valuable because he understands how the IRS’s actions impact the real world.
“I think he’s someone who will bring a taxpayer’s perspective to the service and a fresh approach to dealing with taxpayer issues,” said Marty Dakessian, a California tax lawyer with his own firm. Dakessian has worked with Rettig through tax-law groups.