UNITED STATES TAXPAYERS: Who are They ❓— 1. CITIZEN TAXPAYERS RESIDING or DOING BUSINESS ABROAD, 2. FOREIGN TAXPAYERS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES WITHIN the UNITED STATES, 3. TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS, and 4. EMPLOYEES of the UNITED STATES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

The Administrative Procedures Act (APA) requires that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) publish its organization and functions in the Federal Register

The I.R.S. decided it didn’t need to continue obeying the law, and stopped publishing this information in the Federal Register, saying that the information was widely available to the public at I R S offices, law libraries, and elsewhere

If you are one of those people who were suckered into getting a Social Security Number; because you did not know that a religious exemption was available, and you did not consult an attorney / lawyer about your legal rights, and have Social Security “tax” withheld from your remuneration, you are a SOCIAL SECURITY TAXPAYER, but where does it say that just because you participate in the Social Security “scheme,” that that also makes you “liable” for the United States Government Federal Income Tax❓

OBAMAcare is also a TAX

Isn’t it great that the Internal Revenue Service knows the different “classes” of TAXPAYERS❓

This means that if the I.R.S. thinks that you are a “TAXPAYER,” they should be able to tell you which “class” of “TAXPAYERS” you are in

Which “TAXPAYER” are you❓
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
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Statement of Organization and Functions

1

1 36 F.R. 849

(F.R. = Federal Register)

This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 35 F.R. 2417-2456 and 35 F.R. 13532 [C.B. 1970-1, 442 and C.B. 1970-2, 513]

(C.B. = Internal Revenue Service [I.R.S.] Cumulative Bulletin)

Dated: January 11, 1971

1100 Organization and Staffing

1110 ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
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1113.56 Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations

The Office of International Operations administers the Internal Revenue laws and related statutes (except those relating to alcohol, tobacco, narcotics and firearms) as they relate to

citizen taxpayers residing or doing business abroad,
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CITIZEN TAXPAYERS RESIDING or DOING BUSINESS ABROAD
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foreign taxpayers deriving income from sources within the United States,
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FOREIGN TAXPAYERS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES WITHIN the UNITED STATES
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and
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TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
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taxpayers who are required to withhold tax on income flowing abroad to nonresident aliens and foreign corporations
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
442

Statement of Organization and Functions

1

1 35 F.R. 2417

This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 34 F.R. 1657-1695 [C.B. 1969-1, 403]
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
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1113.56 OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS—DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS

The Office of International Operations administers the Internal Revenue laws and related statutes (except those relating to alcohol, tobacco, narcotics, and firearms) as they relate to

citizen taxpayers residing or doing business abroad,
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CITIZEN TAXPAYERS RESIDING or DOING BUSINESS ABROAD
——————————————————————
foreign taxpayers deriving income from sources within the United States,
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FOREIGN TAXPAYERS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES WITHIN the UNITED STATES
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and
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TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
——————————————————————
taxpayers who are required to withhold tax on income flowing abroad to nonresident aliens and foreign corporations
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
403

Statement of Organization and Functions

1

1 34 F.R. 1657

Organization and functions

This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 32 F.R. 727-762 [C.B. 1967-1, 435]

Dated: January 23, 1969
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
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1113.56 Office of International Operations—Director of International Operations

The Office of International Operations administers the Internal Revenue laws and related statutes (except those relating to alcohol, tobacco, narcotics, and firearms) as they relate to

citizen taxpayers residing or doing business abroad,
——————————————————————
CITIZEN TAXPAYERS RESIDING or DOING BUSINESS ABROAD
——————————————————————
foreign taxpayers deriving income from sources within the United States
——————————————————————
FOREIGN TAXPAYERS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES WITHIN the UNITED STATES
——————————————————————
and
——————————————————————
TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
——————————————————————
taxpayers who are required to withhold tax on income flowing abroad to nonresident aliens and foreign corporations
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
435

STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

1

1 32 F.R. 727

ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

This material supersedes the statement on organization published at 30 F.R. 9368-9402 [C.B. 1965-2, 863]
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
460

1113.56 OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS.—DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS.—The Office of International Operations administers the Internal Revenue laws and related statutes (except those relating to alcohol, tobacco, narcotics, and firearms) as they relate to

citizen taxpayers residing or doing business abroad,
——————————————————————
CITIZEN TAXPAYERS RESIDING or DOING BUSINESS ABROAD
——————————————————————
foreign taxpayers deriving income from sources within the United States,
——————————————————————
FOREIGN TAXPAYERS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES WITHIN the UNITED STATES
——————————————————————
and
——————————————————————
TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
——————————————————————
taxpayers who are required to withhold tax on income flowing abroad to nonresident aliens and foreign corporations
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
863

STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

1

1 30 F.R. 9368

This material supersedes the statement on organization and functions published at 26 F.R. 6372-6395 [C.B. 1961-2, 483] as amended by 26 F.R. 8494, 11219, and 11220

2

2 Reflected in the Statement of Organization and Functions in C.B. 1961-2, 483, at p. 542
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
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1113.56 OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS—DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS

The mission of the Office of International Operations is to encourage and achieve the highest possible degree of voluntary compliance with the Internal Revenue Code and related statutes on the part of
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VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE
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citizen taxpayers residing or doing business abroad,
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CITIZEN TAXPAYERS RESIDING or DOING BUSINESS ABROAD
——————————————————————
foreign taxpayers deriving income from sources within the United States,
——————————————————————
FOREIGN TAXPAYERS DERIVING INCOME from SOURCES WITHIN the UNITED STATES
——————————————————————
and
——————————————————————
TAXPAYERS who are REQUIRED to WITHHOLD TAX on INCOME FLOWING ABROAD to NONRESIDENT ALIENS and FOREIGN CORPORATIONS
——————————————————————
taxpayers who are required to withhold tax on certain payments to nonresident aliens and foreign corporations
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
PART V

ADMINISTRATIVE AND MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

1

1 26 F. R. 6372

This material supersedes the statement on organization published at 21 F.R. 10418-10432 [C.B. 1957-1, 679], as amended by 22 F.R. 245,

2

22 F.R. 643,

2

22 F.R. 1967,

2

22 F.R. 4873,

2

22 F.R. 6434

2

23 F.R. 3070 [C.B. 1958-2, 663], and 25 F.R. 1698 [C.B. 1960-1, 855]

2 Reflected in the Statement of Organization and Functions as published in C.B. 1957-1, 679

(483)
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
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1113.67 Office of International Operations.—Director of International Operations.—Has primary responsibility for the administration of the Internal Revenue laws

in all areas of the world,

outside the United States;

and coordinates for the Service all foreign investigations and requests for information from foreign countries or U.S. possessions

Acts as Competent Authority for all operating provisions of tax treaties under delegation from the Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
PART V

ADMINISTRATIVE AND MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

1

1 21 F. R. 10418

This material supersedes the statement on organization published at 11 F. R. 177A-22 as Part 600, Subparts A and B; Commissioner’s Reorganization Order No. 15, except for paragraph 6 (18 F. R. 4033) [C. B. 1953-2, 505]; and Commissioner’s Reorganization Order No. 16 (18 F. R. 4033)

2

2 Not published in Bulletin

(679)
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)
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1113.56 International Operations Division.—The International Operations Division administers the internal revenue laws (except those relating to alcohol, tobacco and firearms)

in all areas of the world

outside the continental United States

except Alaska and the Territory of Hawaii

This includes the initiation and development of policies and programs designed to establish and maintain satisfactory levels of

voluntary tax compliance
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VOLUNTARY TAX COMPLIANCE
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among
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UNITED STATES TAXPAYERS ABROAD
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United States taxpayers abroad
Internal Revenue Service Statement of Organization and Functions (I.R.S.)

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