Updated overview of IRS Territorial Engineers

BVWireIssue #49-3
October 18, 2006

A subscriber recently asked for a clarification on the comprehensive list of IRS Territory Engineers that first appeared in the June BVU; these are the managers who oversee more than thirty engineering teams nationwide.

The list of Territory Engineers shows the location of offices. If a state doesn’t appear on the list, it’s covered by the Engineer who oversees the nearby region. For instance, Rhode Island falls within the NY/NE division. Click here to go to the current directory for the entire “LMSB” (Large and Mid-Size Business Division), which serves corporations, subchapter S corporations, and partnerships with assets greater than $10 million. “These entities typically have large numbers of employees, deal with complicated issues involving tax law and accounting principles, and conduct their operations in an expanding global environment,” says the IRS website. Click on the “Field Specialists" link, and then scroll down to “Territory Managers—Engineering.”

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