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Internal Revenue Servicenoun [U]

 us   /ɪnˈtɜr·nəl ˈrev·ənˌju ˌsɜr·vɪs, ˈrev·əˌnu/
the ​IRS
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Internal Revenue Servicenoun

uk   us   ( abbreviation IRS)
TAX the ​governmentdepartment in the US that is ​responsible for ​collecting most ​nationaltaxes: The Internal Revenue Service said yesterday that as many as 13.5 million ​taxpayers will have to wait to ​file their ​returns until it can reprogram its ​computers to ​comply with the new ​law. Nonprofit ​organizations must ​file simple ​disclosurestatementsonline with the Internal Revenue Service or ​lose their ​tax exemptions. Internal Revenue Service ​records/​data/​rulings
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