Are constitutional tort suits against individual federal employees possible and lead to individual liability?
Recent events involving a wide range of agencies are adding fuel to the “perfect storm” for federal pay and benefits. For those looking for positions, salaries or names of federal employees in agencies currently being cited in news media, FedsDataCenter.com will provide much of the information.
During fiscal year 2012, the IRS collected almost $2.5 trillion in federal revenue and processed 237 million returns according to data in the new 2012 data book just released by the IRS.
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced 2013 contribution limits for employees who participate in the Thrift Savings Plan.
An IRS employee was unsuccessful in making a case that the agency’s actions against her amounted to unlawful retaliation for her discrimination complaint.
An employee of the Internal Revenue Service was fired for three years of questionable tax returns. She tried to convince the agency and third parties the problem was with her tax preparer. A federal court was not convinced and the errant IRS employee remains off the agency’s payroll.
The IRS is telling taxpayers how to determine if a person seeking personal financial information is acting on behalf of the agency.
Failing to report income on a tax return can get anyone in trouble. For an IRS employee, it is a firing offense and this case shows it will be upheld on appeal.
A former federal employee may have inadvertently waived his prior agreement with an agency not to release information about his previous government employment. The fine print on the government application form authorized the release of information and it cost him a new job with Uncle Sam.
The IRS is giving tax breaks to those devastated by Hurricane Katrina: extra time to file tax documents.