A College of Business Administration faculty member has been chosen for an elite group of taxation experts that provide the Internal Revenue Service with policy-shaping input.
Accounting Professor Sharyn Fisk was one of five new members selected to the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC), a group established in 1953 that the IRS commissioner and leadership turn to for feedback.
“If there was an issue before, I could write to someone in the IRS or a taxpayer advocate with no guarantees it would make it all the way up the chain,” Fisk says. “To be working inside the IRS and present issues directly is phenomenal.”
The 20-member IRSAC team, which …