Subcommittee Hearing on the 2014 Tax Filing Season
May 7, 2014
(Remarks as Delivered)
Thank you, Mr. Chairman, for holding this important hearing.
Mr. Commissioner, thank you for joining us today, and congratulations to you and the IRS staff on a successful filing season.
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