Leading Practices for Navigating the Information Document Request (IDR) Process for US-based Multinational Enterprises (PDF)
The new information document request (IDR) process is aimed at supporting a systematic, issue-focused approach to examinations. A year into the new IDR creation approach -- and six months into the new enforcement process -- the results in practice have been mixed for both taxpayers and the IRS. This EIA focuses on certain leading practices that have emerged that may enable taxpayers to benefit from the revised IDR process.
Paul DeNard, Anthony Russo, Tien Do and Elizabeth Sweigart are with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Paul, a Managing Director, joined PwC after a 35-year career with the IRS in a wide range of field and executive level positions. Most recently, he was the Deputy Commissioner (Domestic), LB&I for the IRS. He can be reached at email@example.com. Tony, a Managing Director, is a member of the NY Metro Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution Team. Prior to joining PwC, Tony served with the IRS for 36 years in a variety of positions including as International Territory Manager, Large and Mid-Size Business Division for both the Retail Food & Pharmaceutical and Heavy Manufacturing industries. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tien, a Director, has been with PwC for over 18 years. Prior to joining the NY Metro Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution Team, she was a part of the NY Metro Asset Management practice. She can be reached at email@example.com. Liz, a Director, has nearly 15 years of transfer pricing, tax controversy, and project management experience. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about PwC at http://www.pwc.com.
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