Nomination of Fred T. Goldberg, Jr., and Shirley D. Peterson: Hearing Before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, Second Session, on the Nomination of Fred T. Goldberg, Jr., to Be an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy, and Shirley D. Peterson to Be Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, January 30, 1992, Volume 4
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1992 - Law - 16 pages
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20 members 600 pages long Ann Landers Assistant Attorney Assistant Secretary Chairman Bentsen Chief Counsel colleagues Commissioner of Internal Commissioner's Congresswoman Morella Consider Nominees DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN DAVID PRYOR deal Department of Justice Department of Treasury employees experience Fred Gold going Goldberg has served Goldberg served hope Internal Revenue laws Internal Revenue Service IRS Commissioner JANUARY 30 Justice Department law firm letter LLOYD BENTSEN look forward major management committee NOMINATION OF FRED November 14 November 25 OPENING STATEMENT ORRIN G Oversight Committee Partner pension programs Prepared Statement President reduce litigation regulations Secretary Brady Secretary of Tax Senator Danforth Senator Durenberger Senator Hatch Senator Moynihan Senator Pryor Shirley Peterson simplify the law STATEMENT OF SHIRLEY subcommittee tax administration Tax Division tax law Tax Policy taxpaying public ternative Minimum Tax thing think Fred Goldberg tion Treasury for Tax U.S. SENATOR want to say Washington Yale