10/17/22 Sen. Marshall introduces bills designed to prevent IRS overreach following agency expansion

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Sen. Marshall Introduces bills designed to prevent IRS overreach

Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., introduced two pieces of legislation meant to prevent overreach at the Internal Revenue Service after President Biden signed a law expanding the agency.

The Preventing Frivolous Actions by IRS Agents Act would compensate eligible U.S. taxpayers who are incorrectly hit with a failed IRS audit. Under the bill, taxpayers would be paid following the disposition of their case, which includes the completion of judicial proceedings.

The legislation states that, for any civil or criminal proceedings in which a taxpayer wins in court, they would be compensated for attorney’s fees, court costs and other expenses related to the taxpayer’s defense.

Marshall’s other bill would require the IRS to sell its stockpile of firearm ammunition, worth an estimated $700,000.

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