IRS Hiring ‘Diversity and Inclusion Specialist,’ Starting at $123,758/Year
The IRS is looking to hire a “diversity and inclusion” specialist, with a minimum salary of $123,758 a year.
The opening for a full-time “Supervisory Diversity and Inclusion Specialist” at the agency’s national headquarters in Washington, D.C. was announced on June 11 and is open until June 24.
Congress Has A Duty To Delay IRS Funding To Block ObamaCare’s Implementation
The authority granted to the IRS over ObamaCare’s mandates, taxes, penalties, reporting, and other requirements is unprecedented. Based upon Government Accountability Office data, we count 46 new responsibilities assigned to the IRS.
The IRS is directed to collect more than $1 trillion in taxes to fund the law, distribute trillions of dollars of subsidies, enforce compliance with the law’s many mandates, and collect information on citizens’ income, employment, health status, etc., and share it with other agencies of the government.
Defund ObamaCare’s 16,500 New IRS Agents
Taxation: Unable to police the supposedly “rogue” agents it has now, the IRS wants thousands more to police your body under ObamaCare. Lawmakers should impose a hiring freeze instead.
The embattled agency is asking Congress for additional funding to hire as many as 16,500 more agents, auditors and other workers to enforce and implement ObamaCare. Over the next decade, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office figures the IRS could need up to $10 billion to do the job.
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