As the embattled agency prepares to send out $70 million in bonuses, ATR examines the justifications for their union payouts
First established to levy funds from farmers in 1862, today’s IRS employs nearly 100,000 people, many of whom are represented by the National Treasury Employees Union. Thanks to a collective-bargaining agreement, the nice folks at the NTEU claim good work should be rewarded.
IRS agents also deserve a bonus for their thorough background checks: bit.ly/147K6DVAM 560 The Answer @AM560TheAnswerATR @taxreformer
IRS agents deserve a bonus for their generosity (read: lavish conferences): bit.ly/147K6DVBrian Earley @TheBrianEarleyBrian Earley @TheBrianEarleyATR @taxreformer
Top 10 reasons your IRS agent deserves a bonus (with GIFs): bit.ly/147K6DVAM 560 The Answer @AM560TheAnswerrick jones @justsayes
Americans for Tax Reform : Top 10 Reasons Your IRS Agent Deserves a Bonus (with GIFs) - bit.ly/10plXcXEric Kohn @iEricKohnAM 560 The Answer @AM560TheAnswer