IRS Advocacy & Relations Committee 


Committee Objectives & Responsibilities
 

The IRS Advocacy & Relations Committee (IARC) acts as the AICPA's primary liaison with the IRS to improve the current tax administration system for the benefit of members, clients, the public, and government and:
  • Monitors legislative and regulatory activity related to procedural and general administrative matters
  • Develops technical and policy recommendations related to tax procedure and administration, including suggestions to improve and simplify tax forms and instructions, IRS publications, and taxpayer educational materials
  • Maintains an appropriate relationship with the IRS, Treasury, Congress, and other government officials
  • Serves as the primary contact with IRS on behalf of all Tax Division committees and TRPs when initiating dialogue on advocacy issues and discussions related to proposed solutions regarding tax administration matters

IARC also coordinates with the Tax Practice Responsibilities Committee on advocacy matters involving tax practice standards and professional ethics before the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) and preparer oversight and procedure issues before the Return Preparer Office (RPO). They are responsible for submission of technical positions or policy recommendations to OPR and RPO.

 

2016-2017 Committee Roster

 Andrew Mattson, Chair  Moss Adams LLP
 Chastity K. Wilson, Vice Chair  CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
 Jeffrey Allen  Eisner Amper LLP
 Arthur Auerbach  Arthur Auerbach, CPA
 Lawrence Carlton  Carlton & Duran, CPAs, PC
 Walter Doggett  E*TRADE Financial Corporation
 Michael P. Dolan  KPMG LLP
 Karl L. Fava  Business Financial Consultants, Inc.
 Cheri Hutchinson-Freeh  Hutchinson, Gillahan & Freeh, PC
 John R. Keenan  Deloitte Tax LLP
 Daniel Moore  D.T. Moore & Company, LLC
 Kathleen Mort  PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
 Frank Ng  Ernst & Young LLP
 James Sansone  RSM US LLP
 Gerard H. Schreiber, Jr.  Schreiber & Schreiber
 Kaye Sheridan  Troy University
 Kristine Wolbach  Eide Bailly LLP
 Marilyn Young  Belmont University
 Melanie Lauridsen, Staff Liaison  AICPA

 

 

 

 




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