What is Being Done about Individuals who Fail to File a District Income Tax Return?: District of Columbia Government : Report to the Congress

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United States General Accounting Office, 1975 - Income tax - 15 pages
 

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Page 11 - We made our review pursuant to the Budget and Accounting Act, 1921 (31 USC 53), and the Accounting and Auditing Act of 1950 (31 USC 67).
Page 11 - Not more than three of these persons shall be members of the same political party. (4) the Commissioner of the District of Columbia and the Chairman of the District of Columbia Council...
Page 15 - What Is Being Done About •Individuals Who Fail to File a District Income Tax Return 3/30/75 Congress 5.
Page 8 - Fail to File a District Income Tax Return - March 20. 1975. Recommendations That the Mayor of the District of Columbia assign the necessary resources to: -- Initiate prompt inquiries on all potential nonfilers disclosed by TEP. -- Use IRS information to contract nonfilers failing to respond to Inquiries. — Exchange TEP followup data with States. -- Check filing and reporting on income not subject to withholding.
Page 9 - It was also recommended that (1) to improve voluntary compliance, the Mayor adequately publicize these activities and (2) he contact States prat ic ipat ing in TEP to determine whether a nationwide justification exists for proposing to IRS that Individuals be required to designate on Federal tax returns the State(s) with which they filed or plan to file income tax return. On January 26, 1978...

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