The Internal Revenue Service’s Office of Chief Counsel should improve the timeliness of the private letter rulings it issues and reduce the number of rulings issued, recommended a new government report.

The IRS chief counsel issues private letter rulings that interpret and apply the tax law to taxpayers’ specific set of facts and advises taxpayers of the tax treatment they can expect from the IRS in the circumstances specified by the ruling.

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