Top Internal Revenue Agent Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Internal Revenue Agent. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Internal Revenue Agent resumes they appeared on. For example, 26.9% of Internal Revenue Agent resumes contained Income Tax Returns as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Internal Revenue Agent actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Internal Revenue Agent resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Income Tax Returns

high Demand
Here's how Income Tax Returns is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Conducted independent examinations and related investigations of income tax returns that covered a diversified spectrum of individual and business taxpayers.
  • Conducted examinations and related investigation of income tax returns of individuals and small businesses for compliance.
  • Conducted independent and participated in team examinations of Federal income tax returns.
  • Audited income tax returns of individuals, partnerships and corporations to insure compliance with the Internal Revenue Code and regulations.
  • Conducted independent field audits and investigations of income tax returns to verify or amend tax liabilities.
  • Volunteered to prepare Income Tax returns for free at established local public library sites.
  • Audited Income Tax Returns for small business proprietors, partnerships and corporations.
  • Audited Federal Income Tax returns of individuals, partnerships and corporations.
  • Developed audit plans and executed audits for individual and sole proprietor business income tax returns.

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2. Package Audits

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Here's how Package Audits is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Conducted package audits to determine that other required returns such as information, excise, or specialty returns were filed.
  • Perform package audits to ensure compliance and determine need for multiple year examinations based on findings.
  • Maintained accuracy when performing package audits, ensuring compliance with all federal tax laws.
  • Conduct package audits to determine that other required returns are filed.
  • Organized package audits to determine if other required returns are filed such as employee information, excise or specialty returns.

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3. Financial Statements

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Here's how Financial Statements is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Scrutinized sourced documents and financial statements by conducting ratio analysis and sampling of distinct line items.
  • Analyzed financial statements prepared by organizations and their accountants; investigated questionable items.
  • Determine adequacy of internal controls impacting financial statements and related federal tax returns.
  • Reviewed financial statements and balance sheet items for unusual transactions or activity.
  • Investigated and examined source documents, financial statements, and business activities.
  • Determined the accuracy, reliability, and integrity of financial statements.
  • Review and analysis Financial Statements.
  • Analyze and test system of internal control, reconcile books & records to financial statements and tax return.
  • Evaluated financial statements, bookkeeping, records, and tax returns for errors / non-compliance.
  • Utilized financial statements, g/l, historic info.
  • Determine effects of documented and non-documented transactions on financial statements, federal tax returns and tax liabilities.
  • Propose adjustments to financial statements and filed tax returns.
  • Conduct multi-year vertical and horizontal analysis to evaluate financial statements and tax returns.

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4. Independent Examinations

high Demand
Here's how Independent Examinations is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Performed independent examinations of selected tax returns of sole proprietorships, corporations and partnerships.

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5. Federal Tax Liabilities

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Here's how Federal Tax Liabilities is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Examined and audited individual and small business tax returns in order to determine the significantly correct federal tax liabilities.
  • Examined and audited individual, business and corporate tax returns to determine federal tax liabilities.
  • Experienced with examining and auditing individual, partnership, and corporate tax returns to determine correct federal tax liabilities.
  • Applied tax laws imposed by Internal Revenue Code to determine correct businesses' federal tax liabilities.
  • Performed field audits of taxpayers and proposed adjustments to federal tax liabilities.
  • Examined complex taxpayer returns to determine federal tax liabilities.

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6. IRS

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Here's how IRS is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Served as liaison between New England IRS Criminal Investigation Division, 150 field agents, and US Attorney General's Office.
  • Job qualification knowledge and enthusiasm for the IRS that resulted in being selected for an 'Other Duty,' recruiter position.
  • Strengthened partnerships with tax practitioners, other agencies, and other IRS business units to ensure effective tax administration.
  • Utilize electronic material to research legal bulletins, IRS notices, and tax-related court decisions.
  • Perform research of tax laws through the IRS Code and manuals and relevant court cases.
  • Reviewed and processed Enrolled Agent applications for former IRS employees residing in the Houston District.
  • Utilized computer technology to access legal bulletins, IRS notices, and tax-related court decisions.
  • Conduct quality examination audits in accordance with IRS manual guidelines and sound accounting principles.
  • Participate as an instructor for the IRS's bi-annual 2-week Insurance Training class.
  • Prepare reports about daily fines or citations for violators of the IRS laws.
  • Performed tax audits for the Small Business/Self Employed section of the IRS.
  • Settled disputes between IRS Agents and taxpayers or their representatives.
  • Conduct investigations about tax violators of the IRS laws.
  • Enrolled in the IRS Classroom Instructor Training Course.
  • Contributed to the IRS mission.
  • Prepared workpapers and reports documenting findings, presenting findings to IRS team members and taxpayers orally and in writing.
  • Completed three (3) months of Training at the IRS Regional Training Center in Atlanta, GA.
  • Embodied the IRS's "gentle but firm" ideal.

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7. Small Business

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Here's how Small Business is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Conduct independent field examinations of a variety of individual taxpayers, small businesses and corporations.
  • Performed field audits tax returns and financial records for small business, partnership, large companies and corporations.
  • Conducted independent field examinations of more than 200 taxpayers (individual and small businesses).
  • Performed federal tax audits on Form 1040's for small business and self employed.
  • Performed audits of small businesses with net worth less than 10 million dollars.
  • Managed an inventory of tax cases for the Small Business/Self Employed Division.
  • Audited small businesses to determine employment tax issues in various areas.
  • Interviewed individual and small business taxpayers to determine tax compliance.
  • Audit tax return of small business/self-employed taxpayers.
  • Conducted audits of individuals and small businesses.
  • Performed reviews of examined unagreed individual and small business cases closed by examiners.

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8. Fraudulent Activity

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Here's how Fraudulent Activity is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Recognized indicators of fraudulent activity and discussed with management for proper development.
  • Recognized indicators of fraudulent activity.
  • Monitored network traffic for fraudulent activity; documenting and disabling when found.
  • Recognized indicators of fraudulent activity to develop referrals.

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9. Audit Procedures

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Here's how Audit Procedures is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Performed specific audit procedures and prepared work papers documenting the audit procedures performed.
  • Documented audit procedures supporting audit conclusions in work papers.
  • Prepare audit reports describing the audit procedures followed and documenting discrepancies found.
  • Applied interview techniques and audit procedures to materialize fraudulent, unusual, or questionable tax returns issues.
  • Obtained knowledge of sales tax audit procedures and successfully managed a caseload of 150-175 taxpayers' accounts.
  • Explain to customers the origin of sums due, applicable law, audit procedures, and division/department policies.

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10. Internal Controls

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Here's how Internal Controls is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Performed evaluation of internal controls; identified risks and made recommendations as warranted.
  • Evaluated applicability of internal controls within the business.
  • Tested and evaluated internal controls and operational procedures.
  • Verified financial reporting compliance; tested internal controls for organizations ranging $25,000 to over $5,000,000 in gross receipts.
  • Used internal control questionnaire to understand and make recommendations on how to improve internal controls.
  • Apply auditing techniques to test internal controls and accuracy of recorded transactions.
  • Analyze an entity's internal controls & book & records Facilitate interviews with taxpayer's concerning business and personal finances.
  • Audited balance sheets of the corporations and other entities to find any abnormalities in their accounting practices and internal controls.
  • Assessed internal controls, selected sample size, and corroborated substantiation (i.e.
  • Make workpapers for internal controls in order to document the flow of transactions.

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11. Revenue Service

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Here's how Revenue Service is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Completed Internal Revenue Service training in individual and business tax compliance evaluation methods.
  • Assist Internal Revenue Service District Counsel attorneys in preparing cases for Federal Tax Court.
  • Assisted Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service in preparation for trial.
  • Served as an Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.)
  • Communicated with Internal Revenue Service and various state taxing authorities when additional documentation or information is required;.
  • Collaborated directly with Internal Revenue Service to ensure compliance with regulatory statutes.

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12. Revenue Agents

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Here's how Revenue Agents is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Supervised 10 Revenue Agents as well as all their cases under the group's control.
  • Coordinated the training activities fort newly hired revenue agents.
  • Trained peer revenue agents on new income tax law.
  • Key Accomplishments: Trained new Revenue Agents in the IDRS system and was considered the go to expert of the system.

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13. Questionable Items

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Here's how Questionable Items is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Identified issues to be pursued based on large, unusual or questionable items that produced significant tax or compliance effect.
  • Scan the general ledger for large, unusual or questionable items in the journal or adjusting journal entries.
  • Conduct field exams, interview taxpayers, scrutinize returns for questionable items, and report to management.
  • Identified issues to be pursued based on large, unusual, or questionable items in returns.
  • Review and analysis computer software systems and develop testing of data and questionable items.
  • Review tax returns for any large, unusual, or questionable items.
  • Review corporate minutes and make notes of any questionable items.

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14. Correct Tax Liability

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Here's how Correct Tax Liability is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Examined books and records utilizing appropriate interviewing and fact-finding techniques to ascertain the correct tax liability.
  • Analyzed books and records to determine correct tax liability, case direction and fraud potential.
  • Examined books and records, interviewed and researched tax laws to ascertain correct tax liability.
  • Identify tax issues to determine correct tax liability.
  • Completed independent quality field examinations of customers to determine substantially correct tax liability.
  • Audited personal tax returned to determine correct tax liability

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15. Pertinent Tax Laws

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Here's how Pertinent Tax Laws is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Audit determinations are based on the proper application of the Internal Revenue Code, pertinent tax laws and regulations.
  • Conferred with taxpayers or their representatives to explain the accounting and the applicability of pertinent tax laws and regulations.
  • Clarified accounting and other issues involved in the applicability of pertinent tax laws and regulations on examination adjustments.
  • Consult with taxpayer or representative to explain issues involved and applicability of pertinent tax laws and regulations.

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16. CPA

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Here's how CPA is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Negotiated with CPA's and attorneys to settle and close audits and assess deficiencies and refunds.
  • General understanding of rules, regulations and code of ethics implemented and effectuated by AICPA and Kentucky Society of CPAs.
  • Interacted directly with business owners, CFOs, Controllers, CPAs, and tax attorneys.
  • Well-acquainted with relevant laws and standards such as: Bank Secrecy Act, USA Patriot Act, FCPA, etc.
  • Interact with taxpayers, tax attorneys, enrolled agents, CPA's and other practitioners in conducting day to day operations.
  • Audited individual, partnership, and corporate tax returns via face-to-face audits with the taxpayer, CPA, or attorney.

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17. Financial Information Systems

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Here's how Financial Information Systems is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Examined accounting systems and records including computerized accounting and financial information systems which reflect a variety of financial operations.
  • Examined accounting systems and records including computerized accounting and financial information systems which reflect a variety of complex financial operations.

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18. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Perform audits of retirement plans to ensure compliance with all federal laws.
  • Audited vendor contracts to ensure compliance.
  • Researched Internal Revenue Code, Treasury Regulations, Revenue Rulings, IRMs, OFAC list to ensure compliance.
  • Consulted and educated taxpayers, employers, accountants, and attorneys to ensure compliance with tax laws and regulations.
  • Conducted desk audit to tax payer files to ensure compliance with the Navajo Nation Tax rules and regulations.
  • Focused on the examination, review, and audits of individual tax returns to ensure compliance.

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19. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Required to attend and testify at court hearings at the District magisterial Jude level when a hearing is requested by defendant.
  • Prepared motions, court orders, subpoenas and financial affidavits that were to be utilized for enforcement during court hearings.
  • Transported detainees to locations including medical offices, consulates, court hearings, or airports for removal.
  • Negotiate pretrial settlements if possible before Superior Court Hearings.
  • Attended court hearings to negotiate payments on non-paying cases.
  • Schedule and attend court hearings.

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20. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Liaised with external accountants to resolve concerns prior to escalation, providing counseling to formulate alternative issue resolution.
  • Coordinated directly with Criminal Investigation, Appeals, and Counsel when compliance activities concerned issues of these functions.
  • Counseled employees on their job performance.
  • Audited Federal Income taxOn the Job Instructor for new agentsClassroom instructor for new agentsEqual Employment Opportunity Counselor
  • Levy enforcement action with counsel Analysis for Counsel on appeals determination Team Inventory projects
  • Evaluated student performance against objectives, and provided effective guidance and counseling.

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21. Criminal Investigations

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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Assisted in criminal investigations and criminal fraud referrals.
  • Review and process case referrals to Criminal Investigations and/or FinCEN.
  • Referred cases to Criminal Investigations Division when fraudulent activities were detected.
  • Identify suspicious activity for referrals to Criminal Investigations or Audit Department.

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22. Employment Tax Returns

average Demand
Here's how Employment Tax Returns is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Conducted independent and team examinations of income and employment tax returns to verify information or to amend tax liabilities.
  • Ensured assigned entities have complied with information return requirements and employment tax returns.
  • Specialized in employment tax returns.

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23. Installment Agreements

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Here's how Installment Agreements is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Solicited payment and offered installment agreements when appropriate.
  • Meet with taxpayers to resolve issues and educate taxpayers on current laws?solicit payment and offer installment agreements when appropriate.
  • Reviewed and verified financial information in order to grant installment agreements.
  • Explained penalties/interest calculations, appeal rights, installment agreements, and offer in compromise.
  • Evaluate acceptable repayment terms through payment installment agreements and offers in compromise.
  • Negotiated installment agreements and offers to settle at a reduced amount.

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24. Appropriate Tax Law

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Here's how Appropriate Tax Law is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Identified the appropriate tax laws and facts needed to resolve the issues.
  • Applied the appropriate tax law while conducting the examination.

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25. Tax Attorneys

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Here's how Tax Attorneys is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Interacted with taxpayers, tax attorneys, certified public accountants, fellow revenue agents and technical experts while conducting examinations.
  • Interacted with taxpayers, tax attorneys, and certified public accountants to resolve tax compliance issues.
  • Interacted with taxpayers, tax attorneys, and certified public accountants.
  • Conducted onsite examination, worked with taxpayers; their representatives, certified public accountants and tax attorneys.
  • Worked professionally with local Tax attorneys and Accountants during audits and exams.
  • Interact with taxpayers, tax attorneys and certified public accountants.

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26. Appropriate Referrals

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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Recognize indicators of fraudulent activity and develop appropriate referrals.
  • Have the ability to recognizes indicators of fraudulent activity and develop appropriate referrals.
  • Recognize indicators of fraudulent activity and develop appropriate referrals.
  • Recognize indicators of fraudulent activity, adequately develop fraud cases when apparent, and make appropriate referrals.
  • Recognize indicators of fraudulent activity and develops appropriate referrals.

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27. Tax Court

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Here's how Tax Court is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Assisted internal tax counsel on appealed tax court cases.
  • Arbitrated tax cases prior to tax court hearings.
  • Provided expert testimony in United States Tax Court.

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28. Tax Code

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Here's how Tax Code is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Conducted audit small businesses, educate taxpayers about the tax code and assist businesses and organizations in ensuring tax compliance.
  • Apply applicable tax code and supporting Regulations and law in order to determine any deficiencies in the reported tax liability.
  • Maintained knowledge of tax code changes, and of accounting procedures and theory to properly evaluate financial information.
  • Determined proper reporting of income, expenses, and deductions in accordance with the tax code.
  • Keep abreast of the lengthy, complex, and frequently changing tax code.
  • Advised Internal Revenue Agents on technical aspect of the Tax Code.
  • Research the complex tax code for each year under examination.

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29. S-Corporations

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Here's how S-Corporations is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Conducted numerous audits Self-Employed Individuals, C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships and Fiduciaries business entities and their federal tax returns.
  • Completed examination of information and closed cases through RGS for Individuals, Partnerships, and S-Corporations.
  • Audited S-Corporations, C-Corporations and Partnerships; in addition to continuing audits of individuals and sole proprietor businesses.

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30. Gaap

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Here's how Gaap is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Analyzed accounting records to ensure (GAAP) has been adhered to.
  • Utilized standard accounting methods and techniques under GAAP during the course of examination regarding the income and financial operations of taxpayers.
  • Applied GAAP rules during audit cases in order to determine any issues.
  • Examine and analyze varied books, records and accounting systems by applying GAAP and appropriate tax laws.
  • Apply knowledge of GAAP, industry practices, and federal tax law.

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31. Financial Transactions

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Here's how Financial Transactions is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Analyze and interpret financial transactions, accounting records, source documents, internal controls, financial statements and federal tax returns.
  • Applied knowledge of corporate financial transactions and management operations and practices in order to complete comprehensive and accurate audits.
  • Investigated documents, financial transactions, operation methods, and gaming practices.

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32. Source Documents

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Here's how Source Documents is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Trace selected expenses back through the books to the original source documents.
  • Examined various source documents and test checked for accuracy or errors.
  • Tie balance sheet accounts to their respective source documents.

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33. Audit Techniques

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Here's how Audit Techniques is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Reviewed audit techniques guidelines to ensure adherence to established procedures applicable to various industries and issues.
  • Determine areas of non-compliance, and planned audit techniques to be used during the examination.

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34. Specialty Returns

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Here's how Specialty Returns is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Identified package audit features, determining if other required returns, such as information, excise or specialty returns were ready.
  • Conducted review of other returns such as Forms 1099s, W-2s and other specialty returns to determine if properly filed.

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35. Financial Institutions

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Here's how Financial Institutions is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Worked closely with financial institutions and other state agencies to locate and seize assets to satisfy delinquent taxes.
  • Frequent interaction with accountants, attorneys, financial institutions, and other government agencies.

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36. Complex Issues

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Here's how Complex Issues is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Work closely with Tax Law Specialists and SME's (Subject Matter Experts) to determine correct treatment of complex issues.
  • Pre-planned taxpayers cases Audited taxpayers books and records Researched complex issues on cases Issued reports to taxpayers Closed taxpayers cases

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37. Quickbooks

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Here's how Quickbooks is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Use QuickBooks software to review records and prepare reports.
  • Use Excel and QuickBooks to increase job efficiency.

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38. Document Findings

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Here's how Document Findings is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Prepared written audit reports and case file work-papers, narratives, and written comments to document findings.
  • Complete standard work papers and secures evidence to document findings and conclusions in accordance with established guidelines.
  • Prepared workpapers and reports that document findings and conclusions.

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39. IRC

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Here's how IRC is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Document the facts and circumstances gathered from interviews, documents, and visual inspections made.

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40. Particular Trade

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Here's how Particular Trade is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Gathered and researched data from a variety of sources, and/or specialized accounting practices unique to a particular trade or industry.
  • Gather and research data from a variety of sources, and/or specialized accounting practices unique to a particular trade or industry.

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41. CCH

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Here's how CCH is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Job required the usage of research tools such as CCH and Lexus Nexus.
  • Research tax laws utilizing CCH and Lexis/Nexis/Westlaw.

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42. Business Activities

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Here's how Business Activities is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Examine and/or conduct integrated analysis of intricate and complex accounting systems, business activities, and financing.
  • Analyzed accounting books and records and business activities to determine correct Federal tax liabilities.

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43. Business Owners

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Here's how Business Owners is used in Internal Revenue Agent jobs:
  • Interviewed and negotiated agreements with business owners, officers and representatives for agreement of adjustment proposals.
  • Interviewed business owners and financial personnel to determine flow of accounting information.
  • Worked directly with taxpayers, attorneys, accountants, executives, and business owners.
  • Interviewed business owners and officers to determine issues to be audited.
  • Establish professional working relationships with business owners and corporate officers to resolve tax delinquencies.
  • Interviewed business owners and users to gather details and clarify business requirements.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Internal Revenue Agent

Income Tax Returns31.3%
Package Audits15.7%
Financial Statements10.2%
Independent Examinations8.3%
Federal Tax Liabilities5.2%
IRS3.9%
Small Business3.5%
Fraudulent Activity3.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Internal Revenue Agent

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Income Tax Returns
Income Tax Returns
26.9%
26.9%
2
2
Package Audits
Package Audits
13.5%
13.5%
3
3
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
8.7%
8.7%
4
4
Independent Examinations
Independent Examinations
7.1%
7.1%
5
5
Federal Tax Liabilities
Federal Tax Liabilities
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
IRS
IRS
3.4%
3.4%
7
7
Small Business
Small Business
3%
3%
8
8
Fraudulent Activity
Fraudulent Activity
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Audit Procedures
Audit Procedures
2.2%
2.2%
10
10
Internal Controls
Internal Controls
1.7%
1.7%
11
11
Revenue Service
Revenue Service
1.4%
1.4%
12
12
Revenue Agents
Revenue Agents
1.4%
1.4%
13
13
Questionable Items
Questionable Items
1.4%
1.4%
14
14
Correct Tax Liability
Correct Tax Liability
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
Pertinent Tax Laws
Pertinent Tax Laws
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
CPA
CPA
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Financial Information Systems
Financial Information Systems
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Court Hearings
Court Hearings
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Counsel
Counsel
1%
1%
21
21
Criminal Investigations
Criminal Investigations
1%
1%
22
22
Employment Tax Returns
Employment Tax Returns
1%
1%
23
23
Installment Agreements
Installment Agreements
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Appropriate Tax Law
Appropriate Tax Law
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Tax Attorneys
Tax Attorneys
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Tax Court
Tax Court
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Tax Code
Tax Code
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
S-Corporations
S-Corporations
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Gaap
Gaap
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Financial Transactions
Financial Transactions
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Source Documents
Source Documents
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Audit Techniques
Audit Techniques
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Specialty Returns
Specialty Returns
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Financial Institutions
Financial Institutions
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Complex Issues
Complex Issues
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Quickbooks
Quickbooks
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Document Findings
Document Findings
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
IRC
IRC
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Particular Trade
Particular Trade
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
CCH
CCH
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Business Activities
Business Activities
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Business Owners
Business Owners
0.4%
0.4%

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