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Taxpayers Identified as Serving in Combat Zones Were Properly Afforded Tax Benefits, But Account Identification and Maintenance Processes Need Improvement April 2005 Reference Number: 2005-40-077

By Gardiner, Pamela J.

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Title: Taxpayers Identified as Serving in Combat Zones Were Properly Afforded Tax Benefits, But Account Identification and Maintenance Processes Need Improvement April 2005 Reference Number: 2005-40-077  
Author: Gardiner, Pamela J.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Economics., United States. Department of the Treasury--Appropriations and Expenditures.
Collections: U.S. Department of the Treasury Collection
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Publisher: United States Department of the Treasury

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Excerpt
Excerpt: This report presents the results of our review of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) handling of Combat Zone tax accounts. The overall objective of this review was to determine whether the IRS is correctly handling the accounts and tax returns of taxpayers who have been deployed in a Combat Zone. Since the inception of the first modern income taxation in the United States in 1913, the Congress has granted special Federal income tax benefits for members of the Armed Forces in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Bosnia, Kosovo, and now Afghanistan and Iraq. These benefits include extensions of time to file tax returns or pay taxes and the suspension of any audit or collection activities. The IRS also provides these benefits to civilian taxpayers supporting military operations.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Background ............................................................................................... Page 1 Taxpayers Identified As Serving in Combat Zones Receive Special Treatment ..................................................................................... Page 4 Inaccurate Combat Zone Indicators Are Not Being Corrected .................. Page 5 Recommendations 1 and 2: ............................................................Page 9 Appendix I ? Detailed Objective, Scope, and Methodology....................... Page 10 Appendix II ? Major Contributors to This Report ....................................... Page 12 Appendix III ? Report Distribution List ....................................................... Page 13 Appendix IV ? Geographic Areas Considered Combat Zones .................. Page 14 Appendix V ? Management?s Response to the Draft Report ..................... Page 15


 

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