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Branson resident selected to aid IRS

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Branson resident Annette FitzGerald, family financial education specialist for the University of Missouri Extension in Branson, has been selected to serve on the Internal Revenue Service Taxpayer Advocacy Panel.

FitzGerald is one of 100 volunteer panelists who will listen to and identify taxpayer issues and make suggestions to the IRS to improve its service and customer satisfaction, according to an IRS news release.

She will represent local taxpayers but also will work on national issues.

"My purpose for participating as a member of the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel is to provide a voice for taxpayers to address concerns and issues to the IRS," FitzGerald said in the release.

TAP members are asked to volunteer 300 to 500 hours annually during a three-year appointment, according to its Web site.

TAP also has another volunteer from Missouri working out of Chesterfield.

"As the IRS remains committed to improving services and assistance to taxpayers, the input from the citizen volunteers at TAP has never been more important," Nina Olson, head of the Taxpayer Advocate Service, said in the release.

Taxpayers can contact Annette FitzGerald and the TAP by calling (888) 912-1227 or by visiting the TAP Web site.
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